Mark Strong, Eno Williams of Ibibio Sound Machine and Oliver Jeffers
This week on the podcast, Mark Strong drops by to chat about new Sky One drama Temple
Eno Williams of Ibibio Sound Machine joins me to talk about latest album Doko Mien and the band's forthcoming autumn tour
Writer and illustrator Oliver Jeffers tells us all about his latest book The Fate of Fausto
We also have Rhianna Dhillon’s TV and Film picks including horror sequel, It: Chapter Two, Sasha Baron Cohen's new Netflix drama, The Spy and BBC One's The Capture
Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths of Life, and looks into why some people think the earth is flat, and asks, just how big is the earth?
Finally there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
Iggy Pop, Little Simz and Ashley Walters
This week on the podcast, Iggy pop talks about his brand new album and why he chose to name it 'Free'
Little Simz and Ashley Walters drop by to chat about the hotly anticipated return of Top Boy on Netflix, Richard Ayoade gets into the meaning behind his new book, Ayoade on Top, and Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey tells us all about the forthcoming adaptation of the hit show.
Plus Rhianna Dhillon will be giving us her picks for what to watch this week, Dr Hannah Fry brings you The Maths Of Life, and there’s more House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
Anna Calvi, Sara Pascoe and Peter Webber
Mercury Prize-nominated Anna Calvi joins me to talk about scoring the latest series of Peaky Blinders.
Director Peter Webber tells us about his latest film, the reggae documentary Inna De Yard, and comedian Sara Pascoe explores some of the fascinating facts about the human anatomy in her new book Sex Power Money.
In The Maths of Life, Dr Hannah Fry gets into super-smellers, Einstein and Columbus, and we’ve got more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.
This Week's Watchlist and The Maths of Life
Rhianna Dhillon reviews Kathy Burke’s new TV show ‘All Woman’, the Seth Rogen comedy ‘Good Boys’ and Netflix docudrama ‘The Family’.
In the Maths of Life, Dr. Hannah Fry explains how you can make two ends of a tunnel meet in the middle, and exactly what would happen if you drilled through the centre of the earth.
This Week’s Watchlist and The Maths of Life
On the podcast this week, Rhianna Dhillon reviews Channel 4 comedy This Way Up, new Tarantino film Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, and the new series of female wrestling drama, Glow on Netflix.
In the Maths of Life, Professor Sophie Scott looks into why things make us laugh, and explains the reasons science simply doesn’t yet have an answer for why a dolphin would play with a jellyfish.
We also have more of your House Music – the everyday objects playing pop hits.