Adam Jacques

Adam Jacques is a features writer for The Independent on Sunday.

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David Shrigley & Malcolm Middleton: "My wife hates his portrait of me. She says it's not very flattering. I might have to move it"

The duo met when Shrigley designed the cover for one of Middleton's albums

Ed Harris: The actor on painting houses, smashing chairs and learning not to be so terse

The Face of Love star reveals his unconventional techniques for getting the best performance out of actors and why it’s good to be an introvert...

Christmas 2014: 12 best gifts for tech-lovers

From drones and bluetooth speakers (via robotic fish and a Star Trek pizza cutter), here are the tech gifts to get excited about this Christmas

Alexander McCall Smith: The author on the lie of 'failed' Africa, swearing in public, and travels with his teapot

The Zimbabwean-born British author believes that there is a mindset that treats sub-Saharan Africa as a failed continent, perpetuated in attitudes and images of famine, poverty and diseases, such as Ebola

Joseph Kosuth & James Lavelle: "He's incredibly sensitive. We're both emotional people"

The musican and the artist met at the Venice Biennale but didn't quite hit it off at first...

Allen Jones and Piers Gough

Allen Jones and Piers Gough: How we met

'We danced in the school library, cooked up a vast amount of food and played croquet on the lawn'
Alan Cumming
Tony Law and Mary Beard

Tony Law & Mary Beard: How we met

'I do hate all the abuse I've received online, but it has been more than made up for by this kind, good-spirited, funny person'

John Waters on parental pangs, a problematic Pope and a pick-up predicament

'I'm hoping to bring back hitchhiking'

Bryan Adams: The singer-songwriter and photographer on falling asleep at the wheel, his vegan diet and his shots of wounded servicemen

I was surprised to learn I could sing I always wanted to be a guitarist, but when I was rehearsing with my first band, at 14, in my mother's basement, no one in the room wanted to be the singer, so I said I'd fill in until we found someone. So I became the singer.

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