"I feel like I'm just another notch in your belt," says Kim Hill. "Oh, well, that's how I feel," Jemain responds, "how many people have you interviewed?"
The young New Zealander making waves overseas with her latest film Stray didn't want to act at first, she says.
Imelda Staunton is one of the most celebrated English actresses, and her role in Mike Leigh's Vera Drake won a Bafta and an Oscar nomination.
She speaks to Wallace Chapman about her latest starring role in the film Finding Your Feet.
Kiwi actor Sam Neill recently took a year off his day job to "do the Pacific with Cook" for the TV series Uncharted. Seeing what James Cook would have seen and meeting descendants of Cook and the people he met was at times humbling, heartbreaking and hilarious, he tells Wallace Chapman.
It's 45 years since The Rocky Horror Picture Show opened in a London theatre. Wallace Chapman meets the creator of the cult musical, Richard O'Brien.
Tiny houses on wheels are wonderful, cosy, romantic, comfortable spaces, says Kiwi actor and YouTube star Bryce Langston, but he happily accepts they're not for everyone.
"Aside from its shape, my body is also white, cis-gendered, young and able, which means I am right at the top of the fickle hierarchy of beauty privilege. Nevertheless, the pressure to be a certain size and shape is massive in my industry - acting."
In early '90s Christchurch, actor Oscar Kightley was one of a remarkable group of Pasifika performers who took their first steps towards success.
Northern English working-class actor Maxine Peake revisits the working men's clubs of her youth in Funny Cow, a story about a female comedian breaking into a scene that didn't yet exist.