The playwright and screenwriter talks revolution, the Kardashians and US gun laws.
The novelist talks Twin Peaks, deadly sins and Sherlock Holmes.
The novellist talks life at the New Statesman 1975-1980, the French diarist Jules Renard and Brexit.
Igor Judge, the former lord chief justice, talks Leicester City, Winston Churchill and a lack of computer skills.
The actor talks Will Smith, James Baldwin, and Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi.
The New Zealand actor on global politics, his earliest memory, and life on his farm.
The writer talks Game of Thrones, the perils of free speech and universal passports.
The Blur guitarist talks Tony Benn, being trained to be scared, and the contents of John Lennon’s fridge.
The author talks global warming, Donald Trump, and Rachmaninoff’s “Piano Concerto No 3”.
The children’s author talks terrifying childhood presents, Martin Luther King, and Star Trek.
The Labour MP talks Audrey Hepburn, Rosa Parks and Dennis Healy.