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  • DAVID WALLIAMS, JODIE FOSTER, ROISIN CONATY AND BLONDIE VISIT THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW THIS SATURDAY

    DAVID WALLIAMS, JODIE FOSTER, ROISIN CONATY AND BLONDIE VISIT THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW THIS SATURDAY

    Tune in this Saturday (4th November) at 10:05pm on ITV for The Jonathan Ross Show.

    Catch up with previous shows here on ITV Hub, with shows featuring Vince Vaughn, Stormzy, Jamie Bell, Annette Bening, and Jamie Lawson available now, as well as guests Kit Harington, Liv Tyler, Mary J Blige, Sue Perkins, Rob Beckett and Dua Lipa (episode six), Demi Lovato, Martin Clunes, Holly Willoughby and James Arthur (episode five), Mel Brooks, Lewis Hamilton, Russell Brand and Paloma Faith (episode four) and Paul Hollywood, Noel Fielding, Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, Halle Berry (episode three) are all still currently online.

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    Please check back regularly as we build up news on all your favourite acts – as agents to the best comic talent in the United Kingdom, you will find news and announcements here before anywhere else, as well as safe links to purchase tour tickets whilst avoiding ticket touts.

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Jonathan Ross

Jonathan Ross, OBE, is a stalwart of British television, soon to be returning to ITV with his brand new chat show on Saturday nights from the beginning of September.

He has presented over two hundred episodes of his iconic BBC1 chat show, Friday Night With Jonathan Ross, which won five BAFTA Awards. From 2001 to 2010, Jonathan was host of the BBC1 flagship film show. His BBC Radio 2 Saturday morning Jonathan Ross Show won four Sony Awards and ran from 1999 until 2010.

Jonathan currently hosts the BAFTA Film Awards on BBC1, and the British Comedy Awards on Channel 4. In June 2011 he presented Penn & Teller: Fool Us for ITV, and will be returning with a Christmas special of the show in December.

Other highlights in his career include hosting, on a regular basis, Comic Relief (BBC1), Channel 4’s Comedy Gala in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital, and The Royal Variety Performance (BBC1).