Interview

Jill Johnson and Christopher Roman in William Forsythe’s Catalogue

William Forsythe on the day the US government threatened to arrest him

6 October 2018 9:00 am

Emma Byrne meets the choreographer who has done more than any other to push the limits of what ballet might be

Paying homage to the seated diva: a still from the 2016 documentary about La Chana

Louise Levene meets the tormented queen of flamenco, who bewitched Dali & Peter Sellers

3 March 2018 9:00 am

Louise Levene meets the great Gypsy dancer La Chana, who bewitched Dali and Peter Sellers

One of Anthony McCall’s celestial shafts of ‘solid light’ from a 2013 show with Mischa Kuball

The pioneering artist whose creations vanished before his eyes

24 February 2018 9:00 am

When the artist Anthony McCall was in his mid-thirties his creations vanished before his eyes. Laura Gascoigne talks to him about what happened next

Prodigiously gifted but spiky: Nico Muhly

Composer Nico Muhly on drugs, cults and James MacMillan

25 November 2017 9:00 am

Will Damian Thompson make it out of the room without asking the composer Nico Muhly the Wrong Question?

‘Broadway’, 1954, by Marvin E. Newman

The forgotten photographer whose artistry is finally being celebrated

20 May 2017 9:00 am

New York photographer Marvin E. Newman has had to wait until the age of 89 for his artistry to be recognised. Laura Gascoigne spoke to him

Tanked up: prisoners in an Egyptian police van in Mohamed Diab’s ‘Clash’

'It's worse than it was under Mubarak': Egypt's rebel film-maker interviewed

29 April 2017 9:00 am

Tobias Grey talks to film-maker Mohamed Diab about his film Clash, which grapples with the kaleidoscopic conflict that engulfed Egypt post-Tahrir Square

Basic instinct: Paul Verhoeven has long been fascinated by the idea of rape

Misogynist or feminist? The murky world of director Paul Verhoeven

18 March 2017 9:00 am

Misogynist or feminist? Tobias Grey enters the murky world of controversial director Paul Verhoeven

Terence Rattigan’s greatest secret wasn’t his homosexuality

18 March 2017 9:00 am

Robert Gore-Langton reveals another hidden side of the playwright Terence Rattigan

‘We definitely do not live in an avant-garde era’: Pierre-Laurent Aimard interview

11 June 2016 9:00 am

A decade ago, the French pianist and poly-math Pierre-Laurent Aimard announced that he was ‘very bored to live in a…

‘Oh god, ma tutto occupato’ (Ach herrje, ma tutto occupato), 2016, by Georg Baselitz

As he approaches 80, the German master Georg Baselitz contemplates the end

21 May 2016 9:00 am

‘In many ways,’ Georg Baselitz muses, ‘I behaved against the grain of the times I grew up in.’ The era…