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I think both Graham and Jonathan will be back in studio with either a hugely reduced audience, possibly 50 at most, or they will try and do what BGT have done, and bring a virtual audience into the studio to watch the recordings live. If BGT can do it, I am sure they can.
Graham Norton Show is a huge show internationally, and the BBC would want him to return to form very soon. It seems likely both Graham and Jonathan will have at least one guest in studio, with the rest interviewed via satellite/internet - let's hope they get the internet connections working better this time.
The last series was just panelists and it wasn't too bad I thought, it turned into a round-table funny discussion.
This series is more like one of those local radio programmes where they turn up as a local cricket club and do a sports quiz. The smaller, remote audience gives it a different atmosphere. It also feels bit different as this series is presented by Andy Zalzman, who's added his own bits and there's no newsreader sections. It all feels a bit more rowdy and informal. They docked points off any paneliat whose Internet dropped out which was a nice joke
I notice at one point they did seem to have a problem of delays with some of the audience laughing for a lot longer than they should have