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Presenter and Curly Hair Advocate Nush Cope

Jade Buck interviews presenter, vlogger and curly hair advocate Nush Cope…

Home is…

Where the heart is!

How did you become a model/blogger with a focus on curly hair?

I’m TV presenter, host and broadcaster by day. The exposure from … Read more →

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Composer Max Richter

Olivia Allwood-Mollon interviews world-renowned composer Max Richter; they talk neuroscience, childhood, escapism, isolation, and this weekend’s global broadcast of SLEEP, his 8-hour epic “lullaby for a frenetic world”

Where are you currently based in the world and why?

Oxfordshire – … Read more →

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Giorgio Guernier

How did you first discover the Ealing club and what drew you to this fascinating untold story?

As a music fan I was searching for local live music venues, I think I typed ‘Ealing Clubs’ or ‘Clubs in Ealing’ and … Read more →

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Sam Jewison

Where did your love of music come from?

I grew up in the seaside town of Scarborough, North Yorkshire, and started performing on the variety scene aged four. I would sing quite a range of music on stage and then … Read more →

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Charlie Siem

At only 32, Charlie Siem has garnered worldwide recognition, performing internationally with some of the world’s finest orchestras and chamber ensembles, including the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Camerata Salzburg and Israel Philharmonic.

Not only will he be performing

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Richard Cooke

Did you always want to be a choral conductor or did you start out as a choral singer or musician?

I was a chorister at St Paul’s Cathedral from the age of eight, and I used to listen to a … Read more →

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Natasha Barnes

You’ve just been signed to Sony Music; how does that feel?

It wasn’t something I was expecting at all; I work mainly in theatre and, despite always being in love with many genres of music, I never saw myself as … Read more →

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