Updated: 04 Jun 2024 • 539 episodes

BBC Radio 5 Live brings you in-depth interviews with the biggest names in sport, entertainment, culture and politics. With Nihal Arthanayake, Gordon Smart, Adrian Chiles and Naga Munchetty.

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04 Jun 2024 • EN

Jerry Bruckheimer

‘If there’s something really good that entices you and you want to have the emotion of the people sitting around you, those are the reasons that cinema is going to be there for a long time’ Jerry Bruckheimer is an American film and television producer most known for producing action-packed and explosive blockbusters in

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17 May 2024 • EN

Toby Kebbell

Toby Kebbell on his breakthrough role in Shane Meadows’ Dead Man’s Shoes, and working with huge industry names like Woody Allen, Oliver Stone, M. Night Shyamalan, Guy Ritchie, Val Kilmer and Robert Redford to name but a fraction. “There’s no such thing as a bad student, only a bad teacher.” Toby also gets into all the

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14 May 2024 • EN

Kiri Pritchard-McLean

"An honour to be a part of these young people’s lives". Five-time Chortle-award winning comedian Kiri Pritchard-McLean speaks to Nihal Arthanayake about her new show ‘Peacock’, which is based on how she and her partner became foster carers.

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09 May 2024 • EN

Richard Bacon

Radio genius Richard Bacon is back on the 5 Live airwaves for the latest Headliners slot – so will there yet be a return of the Special Half Hour, 15 years on? A radio mastermind and no slouch in the TV department either, the pair also delve into Richard’s TV production credits both sides of the Atlantic, and discuss h

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09 May 2024 • EN

Rebel Wilson

Australian actress and comedian Rebel Wilson shot to fame in Hollywood in Bridesmaids and the Pitch Perfect trilogy, where she played a character called "Fat Amy”. She has just released her autobiography, ‘Rebel Rising’, charting her course to fame. She also dives deep into her personal and private life, documenting he

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01 May 2024 • EN

Patrice Evra

'I'm not a victim, I call myself a survivor' Former Manchester United defender, Patrice Evra, discusses how he was sexually abused aged 13, and why he's now working with the UN and WHO to ensure other children grow up in a world free of violence and abuse. He also reflects on his time at Manchester United, his early li

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