V Graham Norton was an entertainment programme shown on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom starring Graham Norton, broadcast every weeknight as a successor to the weekly So Graham Norton. It aired from 6 May 2002 to 26 December 2003. It featured celebrities who chatted with Graham and became involved in studio games which were usually laden with sexual innuendo. The studio games were later featured on the clip show Nortonland in 2007 on digital channel Challenge.
The show featured a 'webcam', a roving television camera which was randomly situated in a different place in the UK each week and which followed Graham's instructions and allowed him to interact with the public live. The feature was made technically possible using digital microwave link technology provided by Rear Window Television with the 'spontaneous' webcam feature always produced as a full quality Outside Broadcast, before being made to look like a traditional webcam at the studios.
The most often repeated moment involved Graham and Dustin Hoffman interacting live with a passenger of a London taxi cab driving through the city.
V Graham Norton is available on 4oD through Virgin Media, but not through the PC.
Social media stars Jayden Bartels and Brent Rivera chat, play games, and do crazy challenges with surprise guests.
La semaine des 4 Julie
A panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day.
What to expect: interviews, musical performances, a fierce band, surprising stories and most of all, guests who are more than happy to play along and follow Éric Salvail on his beautifully crazy tangents!
The Frank Skinner Show was a television chat show hosted by comedian Frank Skinner, which lasted nine series on British television between 1995 and 2005.
As well as celebrity interviews, the shows included an initial stand-up routine, various sketches throughout the episode and usually concluded with a comedic song featuring Frank and the guest stars. The Frank Skinner Show became notorious over the years for the unconventional nature of the interviews, including some shocking revelations from the guests. The programme ended in 2005 after nine series.
It was screened on BBC One from its first episode on 10 September 1995 until 3 June 1999.
In 2000, the show moved to ITV. The programme was nominated for a Royal Television Society Award in 2001.
Some of this year's most talked about talent open up about the challenges and triumphs of creating critically acclaimed series and performances.
Skavlan is a Norwegian-Swedish television talk show hosted by Norwegian journalist Fredrik Skavlan. It premiered in Sweden on Sveriges Television in January 2009, and the first guests to appear on the show were former Prime Minister of Sweden Göran Persson and his wife Anitra Steen. On 8 May 2009, it was announced that Skavlan had been renewed for a second season. It was also announced that the show would no longer only be produced by SVT in Sweden; Skavlan would now be partly produced in Norway by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation. The first twelve episodes of Skavlan's second season were produced by SVT in Sweden, and the remaining twelve by NRK in Norway.
Skavlan speaks Norwegian and his dialog is therefore subtitled in Swedish in Sweden, even though the two languages are quite similar and mutually intelligible. If the persons being interviewed by Skavlan are Swedish, he often tells them to let him know if they do not understand what he is saying. Swedish novelist Jan Guillou has criticized SVT for subtitling the program, stating "there is no need for that. If the host had been Danish, subtitling would have been necessary, but with a Norwegian host it does not make any sense."
Ça finit bien la semaine
Three personalities compete to win the title of best guest of the evening. Antoine Vézina is the judge responsible for awarding players points that will designate a winner. The competitors make fun of the codes behind conventional talk shows during interviews, and take part in various challenges.
Follow up of the Talkshow «Roche & Böhmermann»
Mélanie Maynard and an audience of young fans, hidden on the other side of a one-way mirror, can ask the guest celebrities whatever they like about their career, while asking them to perform various activities.
Last Call with Carson Daly is an American late night television program hosted by Carson Daly and broadcast on NBC. Formerly a traditional talk show, the half-hour program consists of several produced segments, featuring interviews with musicians, filmmakers, and other artists, along with pre-taped on-location musical performances. It airs weeknights at 1:35 a.m. Eastern / 12:35 a.m. Central; it also airs weeknights a second time on the cable channel, Fuse.
In 2003 and 2004, Last Call was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for "Choice TV Show – Late Night".
In September 2013, NBC announced that Daly would be moving to The Today Show and leaving Last Call; it was not revealed if the program would continue without him.
Le show de Rousseau
Here's Hollywood is an American celebrity interview program which aired on weekday afternoons on NBC at 4:30 Eastern time from September 26, 1960, to December 28, 1962.
Actress and writer Pamela Stephenson is now a successful therapist – Dr Pamela Connolly – with a private practice in Los Angeles. She draws upon her professional training when interviewing A-list celebrities.
Terry Wogan's Friday Night