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Jonathan Looms interviews Roland Emmerich about film school, special effects and his apparent love of dialogue.
Claire Davis asks sculptor Keith Wilson about the Oxford-Melbourne art fellowship
Madeleine Hill talks to artist Lewk Wilmshurst about his creative fixation with the separation of nature and mankind.
Katy Fallon talks to Matt Lacey, the creator of the YouTube Gap Yah phenomenon
Ross Jones-Morris talks to the eminently reasonable Ken Loach about films, politics, the French and his time at Oxford.
Amy Faulkner speaks to Ben Little of Wild Beasts about their rise to the beautiful darkness of their latest album, Smother
Abbas Panjwani chats to Dave Best of The Pigeon Detectives about leaving the band’s laddish origins behind