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Alastair Campbell & Andy McCann: 'I was worried someone would attack me at the Chilcot Inquiry. So I called in Andy'

Tony Blair's former spin doctor met the mental-skills performance coach soon after he left Downing Street and they are now firm friends

Hans Ulrich Obrist interview: The globe-trotting curator on skipping sleep, the ritual of running and why the internet is good for art

Obrist is co-director at London's Serpentine Gallery and author of 'Lives of the Artists, Lives of the Architects'

Michael Asante & Kenrick Sandy: 'When Danny Boyle called about working on the Olympics, we were in shock. Things snowballed after that'

Asante and Sandy are co-directors of Boy Blue Entertainment, an award-winning hip-hop dance company

Matthew Crawford interview: The philosopher-mechanic talks Plato, passivity and pleasures

Crawford is a senior fellow at the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, and also makes parts for custom motorcycles

Matt Haig interview: The author on books as antidepressants, finding religion in Shakespeare and why country music is good for the soul

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'

Some school libraries once refused to stock David Levithan’s books

David Levithan interview: The US author on leading the way in LGBT fiction for young adults

'It was probably a radical notion in 2003 that teenagers could be gay'

Marvin Gaye Chetwynd interview: The performance artist on Isaac Hayes' smoke machine, and wanting to be a glamour model

The performance was born Alalia Chetwynd, but changed her name to Marvin Gaye because she 'was so taken by his life'

Frank Cottrell Boyce & Danny Wallace: 'My daughter thought it was going to be Danny Boyle, and was very disappointed'

The pair met when writer and broadcaster Wallace asked former 'Brookside' scriptwriter Cottrell Boyce to write a script of his book, Join Me, in 2004

Pat Kane interview: The writer and musician on listening to your mum, the 1980s nostalgia circuit and Scotland after the referendum

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

Desiree Akhavan & Ira Sachs: 'Seeing an out person living the kind of life I wanted made me want to emulate it'

The writer and actress met the independent film-maker at New York University while she was studying film directing

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