The two comedians first met at an open-mic gig in Clapham in 2004
Videos of this man purring around virtual worlds are viewed 200 million times a month, and he is said to earn as much as Premiership footballers. So, who is Stampy? Ask any kid…
Following the huge success of his 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' series, Jeff Kinney could have let success go to his head – but Nick Duerden couldn't have met a more ordinary guy
In a four-decade career, Enya has very quietly shifted 75 million albums. As she releases her new record, the reclusive star talks to Nick Duerden
Lonely, troubled by guilt and loathed by Occupy activists – it can be tough being one of the 1 per cent
When he left school to busk at 13, all Glen Hansard wanted was to make a living. By the time he was 30, his musical talent had brought him wealth and fame, depression and tragedy. Here, the Irish musician reveals how a rock'n'roll friendship got him back on an even keel - and what he did when family members came looking for cash...
Lyrics should reflect our lives, including the loneliness of Twitter and Facebook, Fred Macpherson tells Nick Duerden
'The whole process of being us – writing, recording – can be a pain in the a****'
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
'I read a review the other day that said we were unashamedly pretentious - sorry, but is it really pretentious to write about global issues?'
Jordanne Whiley is one of our most successful tennis players. But she's not a household name – yet. She tells Nick Duerden why the wheelchair sport is finally going mainstream
The presenter and TV producer worked together on '24 Hours in the Past'
Images of Warhol, his muses (Nico and Edie Sedgwick) and friends (Lou Reed)
Stars past and present are seeing the worth of selling their albums via the shopping channel. We see how they do it
Jackie magazine closed in 1993. But with a musical based on the million-selling weekly, and now a clothing line for ASOS, the brand refuses to fade away