Lydia Noon talks to the Saudi women’s rights activist about guardianship, Twitter hashtags, and suing the government.
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The singer and musician talks to Graeme Green about fame, frustration and failing systems.
Filed in: Music
Welsh musician and dancer Gwenno Saunders speaks to Amy Hall about her cultural influences, minority languages and singing in Welsh and Cornish on her debut solo album ‘Y Dydd Olaf’.
Training astronauts to shoot film? All in a day’s work for the Canadian documentary filmmaker, writes Cristiana Moisescu.
Filed in: Film
Author Jay Griffiths talks to Graeme Green about manic depression, hiking the Camino de Santiago and the constellation of language.
The Western Saharan singer and activist on Cuban solidarity, life as a refugee, and making her grandmother proud.
The feminist pioneer talks to Graeme Green about travel, change and the road ahead.
Comedian Shazia Mirza reveals her inspirations, fears and political passions.
The author and reporter talks to Graeme Green about self-expression, dictatorship and the importance of a free press.
The system is rigged, but it can be changed, the US-Iranian film director tells Malcolm Lewis.