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Adam Kay

By BBC Radio 5 live
The writer and comedian of β€œDear NHS”, a collection of 100 household names telling their stories of the health service.

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  • July 9th 2020 at 10:41

Nadine Shah

By BBC Radio 5 live
The Mercury nominated singer-songwriter on family,feminism and her new album Kitchen Sink

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  • July 8th 2020 at 11:17

Denise Welch

By BBC Radio 5 live
The TV star tells Nihal Arthanayake about documenting her depression in her latest book; The Unwelcome Visitor.

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  • July 2nd 2020 at 11:11

Daveed Diggs

By BBC Radio 5 live
Ahead of Hamilton’s release on home streaming, the Broadway star tells Nihal Arthanayake about the cultural impact of the smash-hit musical.

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  • July 1st 2020 at 15:05

Norah Jones

By BBC Radio 5 live
The multiple Grammy-winning singer songwriter talks to Nihal Arthanayake about her new album Pick Me Up Off the Floor.

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  • June 25th 2020 at 15:32

David Oyelowo

By BBC Radio 5 live
The multi-award winning actor and producer tells Nihal Arthanayake about his work on the podcast Stor14s which features stories written for children. The podcast aims to raise funds to help Covid-19 relief efforts in Africa. He also talks about his relationship with his father, his view on systemic racism and the Black Lives Matter movement and his own charity work in Nigeria.

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  • June 24th 2020 at 15:45

George Alagiah

By BBC Radio 5 live
The BBC newsreader and journalist returns to Headliners to tell Nihal how his cancer treatment is going, what he makes of the recent increase in exposure for the Black Lives Matter movement and how he’s been coping during lockdown.

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  • June 24th 2020 at 12:23

Keisha Buchanan

By BBC Radio 5 live
Former Sugababes member Keisha Buchanan tells Nihal Arthanayake about the trauma she experienced as the only black member of the platinum-selling girl-group. She says she was unfairly stereotyped as an β€œangry black woman” by the press, leading to her needing therapy to recover.

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  • June 10th 2020 at 15:22

Rutger Bregman

By BBC Radio 5 live
The historian and author Rutger Brebman tells Nihal why he thinks humanity is less cruel than we’ve been led to believe. His new book Humankind looks at why some of the stories and experiments that are often-cited examples of our cruelty may be fundamentally flawed. Photo credit: Maartje ter Horst

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  • June 10th 2020 at 14:42

Aitch

By BBC Radio 5 live
The Manchester rapper talks to Nihal about his rise to stardom, wanting to work with Liam Gallagher and how success has changed his family’s life.

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  • June 3rd 2020 at 15:12

Jay Blades

By BBC Radio 5 live
The Repair Shop star talks to Nihal about growing up with dyslexia and how he found his passion for restoring furniture.

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  • June 1st 2020 at 13:22

Tori Amos

By BBC Radio 5 live
A piano prodigy who won a scholarship to the Peabody Institute at the age of five, Tori Amos is one of the most remarkable musical talents of her generation. In this episode of Headliners, she talks to Nihal about the inspiration for her songwriting, addressing dark truths in her work and why she decided to record her thoughts in her new book; Resistance: A Songwriter’s Story of Hope, Change and Courage – which is part memoir, part personal manifesto. Photo credit: Des Willie.

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  • May 26th 2020 at 12:07

The Last Dance

By BBC Radio 5 live
Nihal discusses the legacy, impact and reaction to NBA legend Michael Jordan in the wake of Netflix’s smash hit documentary series The Last Dance. He’s joined by journalist and former Olympic athlete Matthew Syed, DJ and presenter Reece Parkinson and John Amaechi, the first Briton to play in the NBA, who faced Jordan on court at the beginning – and the end – of this career. Photo credit: Andrew D Bernstein

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  • May 21st 2020 at 14:54

KSI

By BBC Radio 5 live
The pioneering YouTuber on his new album, his next fight and why he won’t live in the USA.

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  • May 20th 2020 at 14:48

The Last Dance special with Jason Hehir

By BBC Radio 5 live
Nihal Arthanayake talks in depth to the director of The Last Dance on Netflix. The show charts the rise of the NBA’s Chicago Bulls in the 1990s – led by Michael Jordan.

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  • May 19th 2020 at 16:00

Russell Tovey

By BBC Radio 5 live
The Years and Years actor on learning to dance, collecting art and β€œkeeping real” in quarantine.

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  • May 18th 2020 at 15:43

Gianluca Vialli

By BBC Radio 5 live
The former Sampdoria, Juventus and Chelsea striker tells Nihal about the people that have inspired him, his hopes for the future of football, and his recovery from pancreatic cancer.

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  • May 14th 2020 at 15:18

Emily Watson

By BBC Radio 5 live
Appropriate Adult and Chernobyl actress Emily Watson on how to spot a great script.

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  • May 13th 2020 at 15:30

Lionel Shriver

By BBC Radio 5 live
The award winning writer on the cult of exercise, the economic consequences of Covid-19 and her new book The Motion of the Body Through Space.

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  • May 7th 2020 at 15:33

Freya Lewis

By BBC Radio 5 live
Nihal talks to Freya Lewis, who was just 14 when she was severely injured in the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017 - an attack that also claimed the life of her friend Nell. She tells Nihal about her recovery, how she raised tens of thousands of pounds for Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital – and why she can’t wait to get a tattoo on her eighteenth birthday! Freya tells her story in her new book, What Makes Us Stronger.

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  • May 6th 2020 at 15:39
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