“It had its own language - its own dress code - its own holiday destination." The writer and broadcaster on the influence of UK garage music on his directorial debut Pirates.
"If you're being coached by a 3 year old, then you really shouldn't be on the road." The Elbow frontman speaks to Nihal about being a bad driver, writing an album remotely, and his late mother-in-law, Dame Diana Rigg.
"Some people seem to be able to retain their wind almost indefinitely. I cannot do that, I have to let it go." The actor speaks to Nihal about breaking wind and accidentally going commando during a driving test.
“I’m quite a shy person.” The 100 million selling artist on family, fame and the art of songwriting.
Sir Rod Stewart
“They never called me back.” The 250 million selling singer-songwriter on football, family and why his new album includes a tribute to Marc Bolan. This episode contains some moderate swearing.