We discover the author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time's new venture - a series of portraits on display at The Jam Factory, Oxford.
We talk to Sophie Willan about her experiences of social care and mental health, and her sell out comedy show.
We investigate the new exhibition of the work of designer and illustrator George Hardie at Brighton University Gallery.
We talk to Amy Macdonald ahead of her UK tour, starting in Colston Hall, Bristol.
We take a peek at Nicolas Pesce's directorial debut, horror film The Eyes of My Mother.
We talk to Jessica Ennis-Hill about the transition away from her track career and her new series of children's books.
We explore six weird and wonderful stories from Brighton's history.
We talk to Cate Blanchett about Song to Song and her former home Brighton.
We talk to curator Darren Pih about the Tate Liverpool's upcoming exhibition of Tracey Emin and William Blake.
We pick out a few must-see events at this year's Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival, 16-19 March.
We explore the many religious paintings and artifacts of the Fitzwilliam Museum's new exhibition Madonnas & Miracles.
We talk to Audrey Brisson about her role in hit new play La Strada.
We talk to Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall about Bristol, local produce and sustainability.
We explore the rich history and architecture of Brighton's most recognisable building - the Royal Pavilion.
We map out a route through the best happy hours Oxford has to offer.
We talk to Waddesdon Manor's Communications Coordinator Catherine Conisbee about Waddesdon Manor's upcoming events.
We plan out a perfect weekend away in England's northern capital Manchester.
We talk to Bristol Women's Voice about their upcoming event on International Women's Day.
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