Judy actor Renée Zellweger
Renée Zellweger tells us how she climbed into the skin of Judy Garland for her new film.
On The Arts Hour with Nikki Bedi, Renée Zellweger tells us how she climbed into the skin of Judy Garland for her new film.
Film composer David Arnold, composer of 5 James Bond films, reveals how he likes to score using emotions not actions.
Sienna Miller confides that she tried to get out of playing her role in Jake Scott’s new movie American Woman.
Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda describes the genesis of his hit musical Hamilton.
Nigerian performance poet and filmmaker Wana Udobang talks to Nikki about her Culture Diaries project, her poetry and the forthcoming Aké Arts and Book Festival in Lagos.
Writer Fatima Bhutto explains why Turkish TV dramas and Bollywood movies might be speaking to more people than Hollywood films
Taylor Swift performs her song Lover for the BBC Live Lounge.
Nikki is joined in the studio by cultural critic Karen Krizanovich and Wana Udobang.
Renée Zellweger as Judy Garland in the film Judy (c) Pathé Productions