TV presenter Davina McCall, 45, talks candidly about 'going off the rails', her alcoholic mother and being nervous around celebrities
The two Jays - Jay Gatsby and Jay-Z - are the perfect match, argues Jane Graham
Mainstay of British TV - think EastEnders and Gavin & Stacey - wishes he'd stayed in the oil business...
Jane Graham tackles the latest crime drama hits as Arne Dahl squares up to The Fall
Bafta-winning actress Rebecca Front, 49, on panic attacks, women in comedy, and why a childhood trauma made her so well-balanced
Jane Graham tackles reality TV as realistic as In The Night Garden, while getting chatted up by Graham Norton
The Blondie bombshell, 67, on the New York scene, how to work an audience, and the controversial start to her career
Jane Graham takes aim at CBBC's lack of edge, compared to Nickelodeon's "brilliantly stoopid characters"
BAFTA-winner Olivia Colman, 39, talks post-natal depression, sobbing through Broadchurch, and love at first sight
Stage and screen star Felicity Kendal, 66, on her sister's cancer, Indian society, and being the odd one out
Broadcaster Chris Tarrant, 66, on his father's war tales, fluking a TV career, and the day that changed his life
"This affecting micro-drama has hit upon some touching truths on its way to exploring what is “real” and what is artifice"
Director Harmony Korine talks about the guns, bikinis and controversy of Spring Breakers
Jane Graham says giving TV a rest would lead you to discover overlooked classics on the wireless like Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere
Birds of a Feather star Pauline Quirke on teenage parties, her mother's death, and the impact of her school drama club
"Amy Poehler plays the heroine of Parks and Recreation, one of American TV's most irresistible creations"
It wasn't all sex, drugs and rock'n'roll for Irvine Welsh - there was 'mayhem' too. The Trainspotting author discusses his life of extremes
Comedian and part-time Pub Landlord Al Murray on his schooldays, prog rock and becoming a father
The Bat Out Of Hell singer looks back on his troublesome upbringing, reading Shakespeare and meeting John Lennon
"Broadchurch began differently - and it thought and behaved differently all the way through"
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