Donovan tells Nick Duerden about receiving death threats, why the world is 'mentally ill', and how he can write a song about anything, from ecology to crumpets
Years & Years spent ages plugging away as unknowns before a dancing Bond star sent them viral, and to No 1. They tell Nick Duerden about leaving their former careers behind and how they deal with obsessive fans
The Eton anarchist turned arena-filler and ‘extreme liberal’ talks about wanting to be Bruce Springsteen rather than Billy Bragg and the price of being political
Three friends from London have drawn on their families' cooking to produce a cookbook that brings together the various flavours of sub-Saharan cuisines. They tell Nick Duerden why they're confident we'll all be converted
Lawson looked like being a boy band to rival One Direction. Then lead singer Andy Brown, who had already had a brain tumour, suffered liver failure
The presenter and TV producer worked together on '24 Hours in the Past'
Novak is best known for his role as the temp Ryan in the American remake of 'The Office'
Images of Warhol, his muses (Nico and Edie Sedgwick) and friends (Lou Reed)
Obrist is co-director at London's Serpentine Gallery and author of 'Lives of the Artists, Lives of the Architects'
Asante and Sandy are co-directors of Boy Blue Entertainment, an award-winning hip-hop dance company
Crawford is a senior fellow at the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, and also makes parts for custom motorcycles
Haig is a bestselling novelist whose books include 'The Last Family in England', the Nestlé Children's Book Prize-winning 'Shadow Forest' and 'The Humans'
One half of the pop duo Hue and Cry, Kane was one of the founding editors of Scotland's 'Sunday Herald' newspaper and is now an arts journalist
The writer and actress met the independent film-maker at New York University while she was studying film directing
Perry is a psychotherapist, agony aunt and occasional TV presenter whose documentary, 'Sex, Lies and Love Bites: the Agony Aunt Story', will be broadcast on BBC4 later this month
The duo behind the Bafta-winning BBC3 series first met at primary school