Graham Norton


Needing little introduction, Graham Norton has worked extensively in television, radio and in the theatre - making him the ideal celebrity presenter for any event.

Graham won the 2002 British Comedy Awards Best Comedy Entertainment Programme Award. Won the Variety Club Television Personality of the Year 2001. He has won three BAFTA's including Best Entertainment Performance and Best Entertainment Programme in 2001. His television work includes:
So Graham Norton - Channel 4
Dream Ticket - LWT - he is a regular presenter
Just a Minute - Carlton TV - Regular Panellist 
Channel 4 Daily
Entertainment UK - ITV
Nighthawks - RTE
Edinburgh Nights - BBC2
Live at the Southside - Live TV
Father Ted - series 11 - Hat Trick for Channel 4
The Pulse - Channel 4
Carnal Knowledge - co-presenter - 25 shows - Rapido for ITV
Bring Me The Head of Light Entertainment - Host - Channel
Darling You were Marvellous - BBC Radio 4 - panellist
Loose Ends - BBC Radio 4 - Regular reporter and interviewer
The Treatment - BBC Radio 5 - Regular panellist
Kaleidoscope - BBC Radio 4
Wordly Wise - BBC Radio 4
Hello Edinburgh - Festival FM for Edinburgh Festival - devised and co presented own 
The Morning After - Festival FM - sole presenter of mid-morning show
Juiced Up - London Festival Radio - devised and presented daily breakfast show
Sunday Brunch - BBC Radio 5 - regular co-presenter with Simon Fanshawe
Craig Charles Breakfast Show - Kiss FM - Daily comedy slot
Fanshawe on Five - BBC Radio 5
Lucy Longhurst Show - GLR

THEATRE (Comedy)

Graham Norton and his Amazing Hostess Trolley - Edinburgh Festival '95 - brand new stand-up show
Charlie's Angels go to Hell - one man show which premiered to full houses and critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival '94, a six week season at the Arts Theatre, London, and toured throughout the UK
The Karen Carpenter Bar & Grill - one man show - written, directed and performed by Graham. Played at the Brighton, Liverpool and Edinburgh Festivals in 1993.
Just a Minute Live! Live version of the classic Radio 4 panel game. Regular panellist with Tony Slattery, and Nicholas Parsons presenting.
Mother Theresa of Calcutta - The Grand Farewell Tour - conceived, written and performed by Graham, at the Edinburgh Festival '91 and '92, Brighton Festival, and Old Red Lion, London

Graham has also worked extensively with theatre companies around the country including The Liverpool Rep, and played 'Cumulus' in Eurovision and the Drill Hall, London, directed by Tim Luscombe.

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