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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.
Sheffield, Cleethorpes, Hamburg.
Louis Theroux discusses relationships, parenting and his (lack of) seduction skills.
The Radiohead guitarist on making classical music
Sir Lenny Henry
The actor and comedian on family, fame and Tiswas.
The actor, comedian and writer on her new Netflix series Living with Yourself.
Nihal talks to Elbow lead singer Guy Garvey
Peter talks to Nihal about retirement, loyalty and his new book I, Robot.
Sir Billy Connolly
Sir Billy on comedy, the art of storytelling and his nipple piercings.
Roy has sparkling conversation with gemologist Helen Plumb.
The story of Jimmy Peters, the first black man to play rugby for England in 1906.
The day's main news stories, topical debate and interviews.
Sex (and HIV) Positivity with Nathaniel Hall
The first time Nathaniel Hall had sex, he contracted HIV; he tells his incredible story.
Psychotherapy pioneers: Orbach and Perel
Two world renowned psychotherapists on how they are opening up the treatment room