X Factor winner and popstar with FIVE top 20 albums, Joe McElderry talks to FLW about his new song Baby Had Your Fun, the pressures of existing and surviving in one of the hardest industries in the world, and the one injustice of his youth he can't get over.
The star of Neflix's The White Tiger Adarsh Gourav talks to FLW about how he prepared for his career-defining role, what it's like to be catapulted onto the international stage so suddenly, and the one injustice of his youth he can't get over.
In the series finale, singer songwriter and BRIT nominee Freya Ridings talks to FLW about writing songs in a pandemic; her love of Taylor Swift - and that accidental message she sent her! - and of course the injustice of her youth.
Actress and singer-songwriter Tara Lee talks to FLW about her new film The Racer - based on the doping scandal around the 1998 Tour de France in Ireland; how good her co-star Iain Glen is at singing; and of course the injustice of her youth.
Popstar or 'excellent new pop entity' Blithe talks to FLW about her new song Beast, trying to break into the highly competitive music world in the midst of a global pandemic and what Spotify thinks her most listened to songs this year have been, and the one injustice of her youth that has had such a big impact on her life
X Factor winner, singer and songwriter Matt Terry talks to FLW about making new music during a global pandemic, what we can expect from his upcoming album, why pausing X Factor for the first time since 2003 has been a good thing, his friendship with Nicole Scherzinger and the one injustice of his youth he can't get over.
Actor, director, producer AND professional wrestler David Arquette talks to FLW about his new documentary You Cannot Kill David Arquette - the comparisons between wrestling and the world of film, working on Scream 5 and the one injustice of his youth he cannot get over.
Parenting author and broadcaster Marina Fogle talks to FLW about managing antenatal classes in a pandemic, navigating the complicated world of social media, being a parent in the public eye and the one injustice of her youth that she can't get over.
St Trinian's director Barnaby Thompson and his screenwriter son Preston talk to FLW about working on their new film Pixie with Olivia Cooke, Ben Hardy and Alec Baldwin, and the one injustice of his youth that Preston can't get over... at the hands of his father!