Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson teaches Maggie to fly and talks about his life and love of music.
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Multi-talented writer Joanne Harris, author of the acclaimed Chocolat, talks about her life and work and the inspiration she draws from her French and English heritage.
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Scottish musician and singer-songwriter Annie Lennox talks about her life and music and her work as a women’s rights activist.
Photo courtesy of Tali Lennox
The compelling story of how one of the world’s finest performing-arts school got started against the odds, and how it engages with young people from all backgrounds.
Photo courtesy of The BRIT School
The story of how the Elizabethan diplomat Sir Thomas Bodley created this extraordinary Oxford library, and how it continues to flourish as a modern institution.
Guitarist and co-founder of Queen, Brian May talks about his expertise in 3D photography alongside his love of science and music.
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Best-selling author Joanna Trollope shares her approach to writing and talks about her life and work.
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Internationally acclaimed writer Sir Michael Morpurgo talks about why he became a writer alongside reading from his novel Boy Giant: Son of Gulliver.
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An original and entertaining biographical series in which guests reveal how they found their creative calling, and the music tracks that inspired them along the way.
Photo of film-maker Julien Temple with Maggie Lee at the Regent Street Cinema courtesy of Mykaell Riley
A powerful and moving documentary revealing how human ingenuity prevailed in the darkest of times during World War Two.
Photo courtesy of Bletchley Park
Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Billy Ocean talks about his life, musical influences and the Caribbean.
Photo courtesy of Billy Ocean & Sony Records