Ty Jeffries is an actor, musician and creator of Miss Hope Springs. Here, he talks about Hope and growing up in Beverley Hills and Beaconsfield with his father, actor and film director, Lionel Jeffries.

You might also like to read my Q&A with Miss Hope Springs.

Singer, actor and writer, Jessica Walker, talks about her show depicting the life of 'the most painted woman in the world', cabaret artiste Suzy Solidor.

Fifty years after National Youth Theatre first staged Zigger Zagger, Peter Terson's iconic play about football hooliganism, I talked to members of NYT's anniversary production cast and to Ian Redford, who starred on stage and in the BBC television broadcast in 1967.

Writer and comedian, Adam Kay, talks about his life-long worship and the eternal appeal of American satirist, song-writer and Harvard professor, Tom Lehrer.

Actor, George Fletcher, talks about the challenges of playing both creator and creature in Watermill Theatre's Frankenstein, adapted by Tristan Bernays and directed by Eleanor Rhode.

Actor, Tim Bell, talks bearded ladies, controlling husbands and eccentric ancestors. Not to mention Phil Collins.