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Dylan Thomas

Dylan Thomas - The Twitterer!

Jeff Downs, chairman of The Dylan Thomas Society, explains how the late poet predicted modern media

Alex Winter

"That is so not who Keanu is it’s almost laughable"

Steven MacKenzie

Alex Winter talks Bill & Ted 3, giving up acting - and reveals whether or not he has killed anyone

Serge Pizzorno and Noel Fielding

Bum-biting banter with Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno!

Psychedelic partners-in-crime Noel Fielding and Serge Pizzorno talk croquet, Glastonbury - and rock'n'roll vs broccoli

Cillian Murphy

Cillian Murphy: "Clean-cut heroes don’t interest me"

Andrew Burns

Peaky Blinders' Cillian Murphy talks British gangsters, PTSD, and the 'dark side in all of us'

Sir Christopher Bland

"It's extraordinary that my mother put up with that"

Jane Graham

Ex-BBC chairman and literary latecomer Sir Christopher Bland, 76, talks cold baths, regrets and his unusual childhood

Reverend Richard Coles

Richard Coles: "Why is there not an X Factor for priests?"

Steven MacKenzie

Pop star turned preacher Richard Coles on his "fruity background", and why he is trying to "make Christianity look not entirely daft"

Tim Minchin

Tim Minchin: "I’m aware I’m putting ideas into the world"

Steven MacKenzie

Comedian and actor Tim Minchin talks Hollywood dinner parties, GM foods - and the real enemy of science

Paul McNamee

Going it alone

"Imagine the loneliness of seeing the world move at pace around you but you’re in a bubble of solitude..."

Peaky Blinders

Peaky Blinders: Building Britain's most ambitious show

It is becoming one of the nation’s most talked-about shows, with lavish attention to detail. How do they make Peaky Blinders?

Refugees make a tremendous contribution to British society

Britain has a moral duty to welcome Syrian refugees, says Rabbi Danny Rich from Liberal Judaism

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