Musician, director and DJ Don Letts chats to Colin Murray about the relationship between punk and reggae music, DJing at The Roxy, directing milestone music videos like the first black music video to be shown on MTV, what Musical Youth’s track Pass the Dutchie meant to children of the Windrush generation, and what he did with his impressive Beatles’ memorabilia collection.
Former England flanker James Haskell chats to Colin Murray about underdog mentality, DJ’ing across the world, touring his comedy show, writing about mental health, and how becoming a dad has changed him.
Singer and former glamour model Sam Fox, one of the most photographed women in the 1980s, on changing the nation’s perception of page 3 models, alternate careers she almost had, and surviving fame, sexual assault and losing everything.
Comedian and broadcaster John Robins on night-time driving, comparing yourself to others, his love for the band Queen, his comedy partner Elis James, board game tactics and why he decided to give up alcohol.
Comedian, actor and musician Craig Robinson on working with Eddie Murphy and Steve Carrell, his famous roles as Darryl Philbin in The US Office and Doug ‘The Pontiac Bandit’ Judy in Brooklyn Nine-Nine, his former teaching career and why, as an old school soul fan, Gloria Gaynor’s ‘I Will Survive’ is his favourite track.