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We speak to director David Sington about new film The Fear of 13 and why he chose to tell his story from the perspective of a convicted murderer
Catching up with Carlos Acosta: retirement from Covent Garden and his future Cuban mission
We chat to legendary aerial photographer and documentary filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand about his new film, Human. Watch it online here
We discuss what's wrong with the second most popular sport in the world with the director of the new cricket documentary 2015
We talk to the controversial director about why Thailand doesn't feel safe for him any more, and how dreams are a symbol for him of his nation's powerlessness.
Ariane Labed talks to us about working with her husband Yorgos Lanthimos on The Lobster, and why she thinks there's no place for feminism in the film industry.
We talked to Nika Roza Danilova (AKA Zola Jesus) ahead of her performance at Islington Assembly Hall
We chat to Submarine star Craig Roberts about directing his first film, the darkly comic Just Jim.
After the UK premiere of a new Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui: Genesis 生长, we catch up with the internationally renowned choreographer on China, morality and doctors
Ahead of new play Eventide, Barney Norris tells us about keeping it local, writing a novel, and finding inspiration hanging out in the pub
We talk to Romola Garai, star of the Young Vic's 'Measure for Measure' about working on Suffragette, living in a covent and sexist directors
After it opened the London Film Festival, Suffragette is the film of the moment. We talk screenwriter Abi Morgan talks about protest and feminism past and present
Tom Dixon, Selfridges' Multiplex designer, tells Ella Cory-Wright about copper, hangovers and not selling out
Ahead of the world premiere of the Royal Court's Lela & Co., playwright Cordelia Lynn tells us about stories, muddling the monologue form and juggling a day job
Culture Whisper chats to Ingmar Bergman's legendary muse Liv Ullmann about new film Miss Julie, starring Jessica Chastain & Colin Farrell
MACHINE-A's Stavros Karelis and curator Niamh White talk about future projects, their love of SHOWstudio and their favourite London cultural hang-outs.
We talk to director Marielle Heller about her new film Diary of a Teenage Girl, and why Hollywood needs more realistic young role-models.
We chat to actor Jeremy Irvine about shooting in extreme temperatures and why he'll never forgive Jamie Dornan.
Michael Rosen, children's poet and storyteller, chats to Culture Whisper about poetry, trains and pretending to have read Joyce's Ulysses.
BalletBoyz dancer Matthew Sandiford talks healthy competition, ballet for boys and dancing with one of the most successful contemporary companies in the UK.
Between playing Isabella in Measure for Measure, Mariah Gale takes a break from Shakespeare to talk gutsy heroines, celebrity Hamlets and happy endings.
We caught up with Skye Gyngell in Soho to ask her about her favourite new spots, and what makes a good cook.
Russian ballerina Anna Tsygankova, Cinderella for Christopher Wheeldon and half of one of ballet's power couples, tells us about creating a fairytale.
What it was really like to be a punk? Viv Albertine chats to Ella Cory-Wright about her bestselling memoir, being scared of Vivienne Westwood and why punk could never happen again.
We talk to director Asif Kapadia (Senna) about revisiting the tragedy, the girl behind the tabloids, and the family's reaction to new Amy Winehouse documentary.
Everyone's talking about Nell Zink, whose debut novels have set publishing alight. Ella Cory-Wright asks the author about long-tailed tits, her agent Jonathan Franzen and living in Nell-land.
Much loved actor Sir Ian McKellen fills us in on debunking the myth and portraying dementia in the new Sherlock Holmes movie from director Bill Condon.
Ahead of 32 Londoners, we talk to Lucian Freud's model Sue Tilley about the artist's colourful private life, nudity and that £35 million price tag...
Why do women wear high heels even though they're so uncomfortable? V&A curator Helen Persson gives Helena Kealey the answers at the new exhibition, Shoes: Pleasure and Pain
As National Theatre musical London Road hits the cinemas in a hotly-anticipated film adaptation, we caught up with playwright turned screenwriter Alecky Blythe.
The man behind the adverts: BBH founder Sir John Hegarty chats about the art of persuasion, his love of Mad Men and his secret London hideouts.
We chat to Wes Anderson's muse actor Jason Schwartzman about playing prickly characters, new film Listen Up Philip and the wisdom of Bill Murray.