The former Journey frontman on returning to music after more than 20 years away.
Lily Allen on music, media, politics and why writing an autobiography has “cleansed” her.
The legendary US comedian talks to Nihal about stand-up, dad jokes and “bullocks”.
Grayson Perry talks about his one man show.
The 4 time World Superbike Champion talks about life on and off the track.
Elvis on working with Burt Bacharach and his SNL ‘ban’.
Kathy Burke on 24 Stories, a collection of stories to support the survivors of Grenfell.
Actor Sally Field on her decades in the industry and her relationship with Burt Reynolds.
Thom talks about his first film score and why music has the power to change the world
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Big thinker Jordan Peterson converses with an audience of young men in a boxing club
Tom Odell …Part Two
Singer songwriter Tom Odell returns to Headliners to speak to Nihal
Nihal meets WWE stars Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks, Elias and Bobby Lashley.
Nihal talks to the England cricket legend and future Top Gear presenter.
Nihal talks to Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas
The singer-songwriter on the origin of Dead Boys and why he’s a big fan of Robson Green.
Stan Lee (1922-2018)
Phil Williams spoke to the Marvel Comics visionary in 2016.
Jeff and Nihal talk jazz, parenting and more.
The Pulitzer Prize winning war photographer Lynsey Addario talks to Nihal.
Anne-Marie talks to Nihal about her new single and tour.
The Oscar-winning director talks about First Man and why he’s decided to work in TV.
Damon Albarn and Paul Simonon
The pair talk about their new album and why for them it reflects the state of the UK.
Sir Cliff Richard
Sir Cliff talks to Nihal about new album Rise Up – and the impact of the BBC privacy case
The musician and documentary maker on the story behind his new single Photographs.
The Supervet talks to Nihal.
Shahid Khan on working with Beyoncé and Emeli Sande, Deal or No Deal and his new BBC show.
The legendary songwriter talks to Nihal about love, cancer and music.
Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney
The Catastrophe creators talk parenting, cats and why they’re ending their hit show.
The world lightweight boxing champion talks to Nihal.
dodie: “I’ve learned my own boundaries” on social media and talks about her new EP, Human
The comedian & director on why his new book, Help is “an heroic act of self-annihilation”
Gemma talks to Phil Williams about why we should banish “body shaming”.
Flo & Joan
Nicola and Rosie Dempsey on making musical comedy.
The Buddhist monk tells Nihal that “people are too hard on themselves”
“I still have an inferiority complex” as an actor.
Josh Widdicombe & James Acaster
Josh and James on competition among comedians and their new TV panel show Hypothetical.
“It’s fun scary.” Film director Joe Cornish on The Kid Who Would Be King.
Neneh talks to Nihal about music, family and belonging.
Ricky and Nihal talk about After Life, awards shows, hunting and much more.
“Nothing can prepare you for that.” The “Man’s Not Hot” star on playing Big Shaq.
Headliners@100; Some highlights of our first hundred eps!
The Corrie and Broadchurch star chats to Nihal.
The actor, activist and writer talks about #MeToo, her book Brave and more.
The Specials frontman on the band’s first new music in 20 years.
Bryan talks to Nihal about his new album and 30 years of veganism.
Dido talks to Nihal about her new album, the flip and Arsenal.
The Hate U Give author on how hip hop inspired her
How the romance of the 1960’s Riviera inspired his new album.
The rapper on his debut album, tattoos and ambition.
WTF host on choosing comedy, 'resonating with people' and interviewing President Obama.
Nicky, Mark and Shane on reforming Westlife after 7 years.
The actor, writer and director on her memoir Character Breakdown
The author talks to Nihal about her debut novel Queenie.
The multi-million selling artist on parenthood and his new album.
The senior firefighter talks to Nihal about making life or death decisions.
The Oscar-winning director on Greta, his first new film in 6 years.