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The biggest names in entertainment, culture and the arts speak in-depth to 5 live.

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      Bruce Dickinson


      Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson on his singing career, piloting aircraft, what it takes to be a top fencer and why he believes all teenage boys should be offered a potentially cancer-preventing vaccination.


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      51m
       

      Jenson Button


      The F1 world champion talks about his life on and off the track, his relationship with his dad and how he saved David Coulthard from career-ending nudity.


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      32m
       

      Dawn French


      Dawn French talks about celebrating her 60th, contouring and why it’s never a good idea to be your child’s friend.


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      31m
       

      Cara Delevingne


      International supermodel, actress and debut novelist Cara Delevingne. Also, inspired by Cara's comments, we speak to five teenage girls about body image.


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      33m
       

      Matt Lucas


      Comedian Matt Lucas talks to Sarah and Nihal about his career to date and how he went from Shooting Stars to Bridesmaids. He explains how a chance meeting with Bob Mortimer led to his role as George Dawes, plus how he moved to American to help himself deal with the death of his ex-partner.


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      38m
       

      Russell Crowe


      Oscar winning actor & director Russell Crowe talks to Sarah Brett about why music is his real love, Leeds United's chances of promotion and the pros & cons of being famous.


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      31m
       

      Adam Clayton


      U2 Bassist Adam Clayton talks about the bands forthcoming album 'Songs of Experience' and signing to Chris Blackwell's Island Records when the band first came to London in the late 70's.


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      22m
       2017-09-21

      Blondie


      Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Chris Stein talk about their new album Pollinator, a career spanning 40 years, US politics, and what it’s like playing live now


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      38m
       2017-09-14

      Shania Twain


      The biggest selling female country artist in history, Shania Twain, talks to Nihal Arthanayake about her first new album in 15 years; 'Now', her breakup with Mutt Lange and her battle against Lyme disease and disphonia.


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      20m
       2017-09-13

      Lynda La Plante


      The queen of crime drama talks to Sarah about her new book ‘Good Friday’, ‘Prime Suspect’ and why victims of crime don’t get enough support.


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      29m
       2017-09-08