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Up Next: SO2 EP07

Ellen Rock

Ellen Rock fuses traditional craft with bold mark-making in her bespoke prints. The textile designer shares the value of handcrafted techniques, and tells us why she loves collaborating with creatives from across the globe.
Winter Kitchen: Episode 01

Warming chicken and barley soup

The nights are drawing in, and we’re not going out, so let India show you how to make delicious, comforting food in the whynow winter kitchen.
An Interview: SO2 EP02

Georgina Clapham

Old Masters meets the modern-day in Georgina Clapham’s evocative oil paintings.
Turning Points: Episode 02

Gina Moffatt

10 years ago, Gina Moffatt was in Holloway prison and couldn’t see a future for herself. Then a talk given by The Prince’s Trust became her turning point. She’s now the owner of a thriving floristry business and cafe, and says the Enterprise programme changed her life.
An Interview: SO2 EP01

Ray Burmiston

Photographer Ray Burmiston tells us why he’s been capturing celebrities with their eyes closed for years, and how he’s turned his collection into a new campaign for Mind.
Up Next: SO2 EP06

Adébayo Bolaji

Painting has allowed Adébayo Bolaji to rediscover parts of himself he had forgotten. Adé reveals how he went from child actor, to city lawyer until finally becoming the artist he is today.
Turning Points: Episode 01

Ben Clifford

Entrepreneur Ben Clifford’s turning point was buying his first surfboard. At the time he didn’t know it’d be the start of a beautiful business venture that helps people with learning difficulties and disabilities to embrace the waves and learn to surf.
Decades: Episode 10

Zandra Rhodes

Dame Zandra Rhodes burst onto the scene in the late 60s with her eye-catching textiles and flair for fashion. From pleated frocks for rock stars, to royal engagement gowns, the Princess of Punk looks back at the years 1967 - 1977.
Up Next: SO2 EP05


Lovenskate founder Stu Smith’s addiction to screen printing snowballed from a hobby in his shed to a fully decked-out studio in Hackney. Their boards are now sold around the world, but for Stu, it’s hanging out with his mates that means the most.
Up Next: SO2 EP04

Edie Ashley

Fashion designer Edie Ashley’s fascinated by found materials and rescued fabric, and lockdown hasn’t slowed her down; she’s bursting with ideas and longing to be bored.
Up Next: SO2 EP03

Daisy May Collingridge

Daisy Collingridge reimagines the human form with elements of fantasy to create bulbous, yet endearing bodysuits. The artist introduces the whole squishy family and explains how, to her, naked is beautiful in all forms.
An Interview: Episode 13

Gideon Summerfield

British artist, Gideon Summerfield preserves the legacy of World War 2 veterans and Holocaust survivors with his deeply personal portrait paintings.

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