Headliners

Nihal Arthanayake and Sarah Brett bring you in-depth interviews each week with the biggest names in entertainment, culture and the arts. Remember to subscribe and leave a review.

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      Kieron Dyer


      The former England and Newcastle footballer talks frankly about his life on and off the pitch, and explains why he stayed silent for twenty years about being subjected to sexual abuse as a child. If you have been affected by sexual abuse you can find the details of organisations offering support via bbc.co.uk/actionline.


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      41m
       

      will.i.am


      will.i.am and renowned futurist Brian David Johnson talk about technology, data driven society and their novel WaR: Wizards and Robots.


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      35m
       

      Joel Dommett


      The ‘I’m A Celebrity…’ winner talks to Sarah and Nihal about sex, dating and embarrassing on-screen love scenes with Sienna Miller, plus how he got an entire comedy gig crowd to troll his childhood bully.


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      37m
       

      Jojo Moyes


      ‘Me Before You’ author Jojo Moyes on why her books aren’t ‘Chick Lit’, learning braille and her latest novel. Plus the unusual jobs she did before achieving literary success.


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      43m
       

      Craig David


      Craig talks to Sarah and Nihal about his new album The Time Is Now, and explains how a broken down Ferrari changed his life.


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      39m
       

      Rhod Gilbert


      Rhod talks to Sarah Brett about tackling his lifelong shyness as part of a new documentary.


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      38m
       

      Jordan Peterson


      The Canadian psychologist talks to Sarah and Nihal about his new book 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos.


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      40m
       

      Lisa Riley


      “I was the queen of making up porkie pies, like, that won’t hurt you, and it does.” Lisa talks about losing 12 stone over 18 months, storming Strictly and her new BBC drama.


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      33m
       2018-01-18

      Andy Weir


      The best-selling author of ‘The Martian’ meets Sarah at Jodrell Bank to talk about his new book ‘Artemis’ and how he’s handled the incredible success of his debut novel.


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      30m
       2018-01-16

      Professor Green


      ‘Guest Editor’ Professor Green asks why white working-class men in the UK are being “abandoned”.


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      36m
       2018-01-11