Graham Norton is one of the nation's best-loved presenters. His tenure as a chat show king started on Channel 4 in the late 90's with So Graham Norton and V Graham Norton. Graham later moved to the BBC and currently presents The Graham Norton Show for BBC1 - a comedy chat show which has run for over 20 series. He is also a regular presenter on BBC Radio2 and hosts his own Saturday morning breakfast show, which has been rated as the highest single radio show throughout Europe. Since moving to the BBC, he has also hosted countless popular weekend entertainment shows including, Strictly Dance Fever, How to Solve a Problem like Maria, Any Dream Will Do, I'd Do Anything and Let it Shine.
In 2009, Graham became the iconic voice of the Eurovision Song Contest. He has also been the host of BAFTA for over a decade.
He has also won a number of BAFTA's including those for 'Best Entertainment Performance' and 'Best Comedy Programme or Series.' In 2017, Graham won the 'Special Recognition Award' at the National Television Awards (NTA's)
Graham has a regular agony aunt column in the Telegraph and has written two memoirs to date (2018).
His debut novel, Holding, was released to critical acclaim and huge commercial success in 2016 and his second novel A Keeper, was released in 2018.