• Ep 9: Oti Mabuse

    May 10 2021

    Oti Mabuse grew up in post apartheid South Africa and began competitive dancing at the age of four. She trained as a civil engineer, but a succession of gutsy decisions, crazy scenarios and a whole heap of talent led to her becoming the first black female dancer on Strictly - where she achieved back to back series wins.

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    52 mins
  • Ep 8: Arsène Wenger

    May 3 2021

    Arsène Wenger is one of the most successful football managers of the modern era. With Arsenal FC he won 3 Premier Leagues and 7 FA Cups – and will perhaps best be known for The Invincibles – going a whole league season unbeaten. As a life long Arsenal fan, Dermot was beside himself at the chance to chat to Arsène about his upbringing, his managerial career and his views on the beautiful game. 

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    33 mins
  • Ep 6: Simon Pegg

    Apr 19 2021

    Simon Pegg talks Dermot through some of the most memorable moments of his TV and film career – from cult Channel 4 sitcom Spaced – to working with Steven Spielberg, Tom Cruise and Chewbacca!

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    52 mins
  • Ep 5: Ben Macintyre

    Apr 12 2021

    Ben Macintyre is an expert on spycraft and wartime deception. His history books read like thrillers – and have earned him a host of awards. He tells Dermot about how he goes about his research – and how he interviews former spies to get their secrets.

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    45 mins
  • Ep. 4: Martin Freeman

    Apr 5 2021

    Martin is one of Britain’s most popular and respected actors. From playing Tim in The Office to Dr Watson in the BBC’s hugely successful Sherlock, Martin has been a huge part of two of the most successful TV shows of all time. Alongside that is his theatre work, and a film career that has included The Hobbit trilogy, Black Panther, Captain America and Love Actually. Dermot chats to Martin about the path his career has taken so far - and his thoughts on an industry which has changed radically in the past 20 years.

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    44 mins
  • Ep 3: June Sarpong

    Mar 16 2021

    As a fellow T4 Weekend television presenter, Dermot and June began on a similar career path – nursing the UK’s hangovers in the early noughties.

    June interviewed the likes of Tony Blair, Bill Clinton and Nelson Mandela – before moving to America as she felt her race was hindering her career progression. An advocate for change in black representation in the media, June was recently made the BBC’s first ever Director of Creative Diversity. She chats about her career so far and the tasks ahead of her.

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    43 mins
  • Ep. 2: Niall Horan

    Mar 16 2021

    As part of One Direction, Niall Horan saw worldwide hysteria rarely seen since the days of The Beatles. He began on X Factor – where he first met Dermot. This is the first chance Dermot has had to ask him about those days – as well as his hugely successful solo career.

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    52 mins
  • Ep. 1: Olivia Colman and Andrew Scott

    Mar 16 2021

    In a remarkably candid conversation, two of the finest actors of their generation share stories – and gin and tonics with Dermot, as they discuss their stage and screen work - which includes Fleabag, The Crown, Sherlock and The Simpsons

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    1 hr