Letter To My Younger Self
What would you say to your 16-year-old self if you could go back in time? We ask well-known figures to offer some words of wisdom to their younger selves...
Agnetha Fältskog, 63, talks candidly about romance, divorce, regrets, the incredible success of ABBA - and why she loves doing the dishes
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
Writer and stand-up comedian Alexei Sayle, 60, on his unusual upbringing, his narcissistic mother, and the adverse effects of success
Birds of a Feather star Pauline Quirke on teenage parties, her mother's death, and the impact of her school drama club
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
Viggo Mortensen, 54, on childhood screen tests, his romantic teenage years, and feeling like an 'alien life-form'
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