Mike & Ruth AICKEN
The husband-wife duo behind The Jepettos chat about their past, present and hopes for the future
Rachel AUSTIN (Culture Northern Ireland)
The US born songwriter talks about a trilogy of EPs
Paul BRADY (Belfast Telegraph)
The Tyrone-born music legend speaks about his life and career
Frances BLACK (Belfast Telegraph)
The Dublin-born chanteuse on her life, career and helping others
BEST BOY GRIP (Culture Northern Ireland)
The emerging Derry tunesmith on risqué lyrics, playing piano and Beatles comparisons
Brief interview held in advance of Other Voices 2013
Maria CONNOLLY (Belfast Telegraph)
The Line Of Duty actress talks about her acting style, her family and her role in the Abbie Spallen play Lally The Scut
King CREOSOTE (Belfast Telegraph)
Fife-born Kenny Anderson on why his stage name has nothing to do with Monty Python, even though his sets have moments of surreal comedy
Jamie CULLUM (Belfast Telegraph)
Ahead of his appearance at the City Of Derry Jazz And Big Band Festival, the jazz musician discusses his life, times and working with Clint Eastwood
Ekaterina DE ROSSI
The star of independent film Bogland on the experience of making the film and her own acting career
Jason DONOVAN (Belfast Telegraph)
The Australian actor and entertainer talks about his role as Lionel Logue in The King's Speech, the Neighbours effect and more
The NI-based singer and music tutor on reprising the role of Maria Von Trapp
Anton DU BEKE (Belfast Telegraph)
The Strictly Come Dancing star on his origins and the show itself
Adrian DUNBAR (Belfast Telegraph)
The actor talks about his inspirations and experiences
Rhys DUNLOP and Lauren COE
The stars of Simon Stephens' Punk Rock on their characters, their experiences and the meaning behind the play
THE FUREYS (Belfast Telegraph)
Eddie & George Furey on sharing a joke with Billy Connolly and the joys of playing live
Conal & Rory GALLEN (Belfast Telegraph)
The father and son chat about writing comedic play A Bit On The Side together, and their relationship with one another
Conor GRIMES (Belfast Telegraph)
The Tyrone-born comedian on starring in a Big Telly play, voicing Gerry Adams and his partnership with Alan McKee
Philip HAMMOND (Belfast Telegraph)
The Belfast composer on why music, art and theatre are so important to a city's soul
Brief interview held in advance of Other Voices 2013
Eoghan JOHNSTON (Inish Times)
The Shadowplay guitarist spills the beans on the band, their influences and the secret of their success
Sean and Caitlin KEARNS (Belfast Telegraph)
The Belfast-born father and daughter on their life and times as performers
Paul KENNEDY (Belfast Telegraph)
The actor, writer and director speaks about playing Pat Jennings in Shooting For Socrates
Margaret KEYS (Culture Northern Ireland)
While the Derry singer gets E-Mails from the likes of Martin Sheen, she doesn't get bogged down in celebrity
Jason KING
The bassist of multi-national busking band The Gypsy Queens talks about the band and their first visit to Belfast
John & Geoffrey KINNEAR (Belfast Telegraph)
The Keady brothers, who appeared on UTV's Rare Breed, on their farming life
LAURA B (Inish Times)
The Inishowen singer-songwriter on her musical past, present and future
The Ballymena-born musician spills the beans on her first musical
David LYTTLE (Belfast Telegraph)
The Waringstown-born songwriter talks about his appointment as Musician-In-Residence at Derry-Londonderry's Nerve Centre
Bridget MADDEN
The Belfast-based dancer on her career and Stateside experience
Joe McELDERRY (Belfast Telegraph)
The X Factor winner on his life, career and coming to Northern Ireland
Paul Bosco McENEANEY (Belfast Telegraph)
The founder of Cahoots NI company speaks about his life, the arts and his latest show
We find out more about a "Tea Song" and its creators
The Derry-based comic book writer tells all about the Zombies, Hi!
Brian MOLKO (Belfast Telegraph)
Placebo's leading man on why the nine-to-five life wasn't for him
Belfast's own "Little Drummer Girl" on her passion for the instrument
Davey NAYLOR (Belfast Telegraph)
The Reduced Shakespeare Company's UK Producer on returning to Northern Ireland with The Complete History Of Comedy
OUR KRYPTON SON (Culture Northern Ireland)
The Derry-based singer-songwriter talks about striving to obtain a "big, dreamy sound"
Sara PASCOE (Belfast Telegraph)
The English comedienne on bringing her stand-up style to Belfast
Dylan QUINN (Culture Northern Ireland)
The Fermanagh-based choreographer talks about the benefits of FUNK
Judith RODDY
The actress discusses her role in the Lyric Theatre's production of Pentecost
Vasiliki STASINAKI (Belfast Telegraph)
The Greek dancer talks about Maiden Voyage Dance's Quartet For 15 Chairs
The Irish choreographer on bringing HMS Titanic to life through dance
Ali WHITE (Belfast Telegraph)
The Belfast-born actress on theatre and her origins
Jayne WISENER (Culture Northern Ireland)
The actress comes to Derry to give an acting masterclass for young performers

The London-based folk duo on their love of Ireland, first EP and performing at Glastonbury