Alexandra Spring Claire van der Boom and other expat Australian celebrities on returning home for Christmas.
Helen O’Neill Tasma Walton opens up about her new movie project, the time she was clinically dead and being pregnant at 40.
Jane Wheatley Nine years after their wedding and on the eve of a trip to Australia, Jane Wheatley catches up with Copenhagen's royals and finds the fairy tale endures.
Molly Horan Feeling a little flat? May we prescribe a nice dose of nostalgia?
RACHEL HILLS Rachel Hills talks with Alexa Chung about the effort that goes into being effortless, and the problem of the it girl.
Cate the great
STEPHANIE WOOD In the first week of filming for Blue Jasmine, her first movie with director Woody Allen, Cate Blanchett feared she might be fired.
Jenny Cooney Carrillo The ever-charming Ms Gyllenhaal, on juggling movies and motherhood.
Orange is the New Black
Jean Kemshal-Bell We chat to the Aussie actress who plays Lorna Morello on Netflix's Orange is the New Black.
CRAIG MATHIESON Even in her rare downtime, 7.30's host is abuzz in the lead-up to the election.
Stephanie Bunbury As the daughter of a legendary filmmaker, Sofia Coppola grew up with fame – a subject that continues to fascinate her.
On working with Kevin Spacey on TV's hottest new political drama.
Time of Our Lives
The history between actors Claudia Karvan and Justine Clarke is strong and sweet. As the pair prepare to appear on television together, Brigid Delaney finds out what makes their friendship tick.
CLEM BASTOW Kristen Wiig is no longer the bridesmaid. She heads a new female troupe of comedy stars who are wielding serious clout in Hollywood.
De Rossi speaks about the new season of Arrested Development, and why she thinks coming out isn't as scary today.
Paul Kalina Paul Kalina chats with the man behind cult hipster comedy series Portlandia.
NATALIE REILLY The 19-year-old, who posted topless photos of herself on Facebook, talks about the seriousness of her ordeal and her determination to keep going.
STEVE DOW Even the small things in life are enthralling when David Sedaris writes about them.
Craig Mathieson The 30 Rock star is headed down under for his stand up tour. Prepare to be offended, Australia.
Brienne the Beauty
NICK MILLER Gwendoline Christie has a laugh bigger than her 1.92 metre frame. It seems incredible that when she was cast as a warrior-knight the equal of any man this triggered a rush of insecurity. But, she says, it did.
Michael Lallo He's been called Hollywood's most reliable comic performer, but the Burt Wonderstone star is also one of its most normal.
CLEM BASTOW Clem Bastow meets Rachel Weisz and is left wondering how anyone in their right mind could describe the actress as "aloof".
Nathan Olivieri Norton shares his opinion on Marco Pierre White ("he kind of scared and appalled me") and discusses the type of guest he dreads having on his talk show.
ANDREW MURFETT Comedian Louis C.K. talks to The Age's Andrew Murfett about the joy of going unnoticed in Melbourne, creative control, and why fans of Louie will have to wait until 2014.
Lena Dunham interview
Tiffany Bakker Unsurprisingly, Lena Dunham is verbose, engaging and whip-smart in person. And, with her more put-together clothes and precise make-up, she's a more polished version of her alter ego.
Stephanie Bunbury Stephanie Bunbury chats with Helen Mirren about her role in the new Hitchcock film. Added bonus: the wonderful video where a 30-year old Mirren puts a sexist Michael Parkinson in his place.
The 25-year-old Yale graduate who plays the character described as "a younger, ill-at-ease version of Sex and the City’s Charlotte York", has enjoyed a swift rise to acclaim since appearing on the Lena Dunham-created series.