Nihal talks to Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas
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.
The Corrie and Broadchurch star chats to Nihal.
Headliners@100; Some highlights of our first hundred eps!
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 author talks to Nihal about her debut novel Queenie.
The Oscar-winning director on Greta, his first new film in 6 years.
On his second album Reckless & Me, Designated Survivor and River Phoenix.
Bret Easton Ellis
The best-selling author talks millennials, controversy and ideology vs aesthetics.
Loyle Carner on ADHD, pranking his girlfriend and his second album.
The songwriter on reworking classics from his partnership with Robbie Williams.
The singer-songwriter on her new album and X Factor.
The Michelin star chef on cooking, food waste and his love of cricket.
'I had panic attacks during Bake Off'
The Homeland actor on making a film about his breakdown 30 years ago
The singer-songwriter on his debut album and not taking himself too seriously.
Stevie Van Zandt
The E Street Band guitarist on his latest album and his starring role in The Sopranos.
Nihal talks to special forces veteran Ollie Ollerton.
Slapstick, surrealism and the new series of Alien Fun Capsule.
Dan and Kyle on their new album, escapism, hair care and holidays
The jazz-pop musician on his 9th album, Prince and getting into physics.
The poet, musician and novelist on her new album and working with Rick Rubin.
Sad bangers, collaborations and karaoke.
The guitar hero on dinosaurs, dying and getting sober.
Megan Jayne Crabbe
Nihal Arthanayake speaks to body-positive blogger Megan Jayne Crabbe
Nihal Arthanayke speaks to the former UFC Middleweight Champion.
Singer-songwriter and vlogger Emma Blackery talks about her life as a YouTube star.
The YouTube star on her chats with Grime stars.
Nihal Arthanayke speaks to British author Malorie Blackman about her love for libraries.
Comedian Darren Harriott joined Nihal Arthanayke live at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Comedian Nish Kumar joins Nihal Arthanayake live at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Dan Soder & Reginald D Hunter
Nihal speak to Billions star Dan and comedian Reginald live in Edinburgh.
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Nihal speaks to Greg Proops, Stephen Frost and Richard Vranch in Edinburgh.
Nihal’s Stand-up Debut
Encouraged by Harry Hill, Nihal tries stand-up at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Nihal talks to the award-winning comedian and writer in Edinburgh.
Nihal talks to Simon about his new Netflix stand-up special.
The Brassic star talks to Nihal about mental health.
George Alagiah talks to Nihal about his new novel: The Burning Land
Kane Robinson on his new album Hoodies All Summer
Sir Alastair Cook
“It’s very weird” being a Knight
“Burnin’ up the stage” is my legacy
The Norwegian singer on nature, technology and music.
The Handmaid's Tale author talks politics, power and feminism with Emma Barnett.
The journalist on her equal pay battle with the BBC.
The rapper and actor on his new album “Let Love”.
The Pretenders star on her new album of covers.
Parkas, politics and family feuds.
The former Commonwealth gold medallist on the power of ‘cognitive diversity’.
The former England, Liverpool and Leicester forward speaks to Nihal.
Gary talks to Nihal about trolls, pay and his new book Behind Closed Doors.
Modern birth: The man who had a baby
Freddy McConnell is a transgender man who decided to have a baby
Rachel Burden takes your calls on the day's big story.
with Chris Warburton
Chris Warburton gets you set for the weekend, with news, sport and entertainment.
Stories, music and life across Leicestershire and Rutland with Ben.
Taken from their families: a colonial legacy
Meeting the mixed race people taken from their African mothers in Belgium’s colonial era