Katie Forster
Katie is a fourth year linguist, which means that she is very old (true) and very wise (debatable). When not sourcing interviews for The Tab, Katie can be found desperately trying to recreate her year abroad with some ripe camembert and a bottle (or two) of pastis, and scaring random French people by making them talk to her.

Interview: Passion Pit

HARRIET WADE and KATIE FORSTER meet the band PASSION PIT before their show at The Junction for a chat about life on tour, their music and whether they think they’ve ‘sold out’.

Interview: Bill Bryson

In an exclusive Tab interview, best-selling author BILL BRYSON tells KATIE FORSTER about his enjoyable experiences with weed, why he will never use Twitter and how Mitt Romney very nearly won him over.

Interview: Brett Wigdortz

Ever thought about applying to Teach First? KATIE FORSTER meets BRETT WIGDORTZ, founder and CEO of the organisation that recruits high-flying graduates to teach in challenging schools.

Interview: Pete Waterman

Music industry legend PETE WATERMAN talks to KATIE FORSTER about Steps, drugs and the importance of a good song.

Interview: Matt Cardle

MATT CARDLE may have won The X Factor, but does he know his physics from his philosophy? KATIE FORSTER finds out.

Interview: Alt-J

KATIE FORSTER talks to Mercury Prize nominees ALT-J about festivals, illegal downloads and surprise encounters with Cambridge drinking societies.

Interview: Jeremy Hardy

KATIE FORSTER interviews Radio 4 funny guy and self-confessed grumpy old man JEREMY HARDY.

Dystopia

KATIE FORSTER and TOM TYLDESLEY give disparate verdicts on ArcSoc’s Dystopia.

8-Track

KATIE FORSTER: ‘King’s certainly proved that it does have talent, and no one was buzzed out for being rubbish’

Tab Interview: The Human League

University is ‘way more important than sitting in a bank and doing a normal job for three years.’ Susan Ann Sulley, member of electro-pop legends THE HUMAN LEAGUE tells KATIE FORSTER about her failed dreams of academia.

Tab Interview: Ruth Padel

‘The publishing industry is in a terrible state; it’s ghost written footballers’ memoirs that sell.’ Poet RUTH PADEL talks notoriety, creative writing and pissing off the porters with KATIE FORSTER.

The Living Room Live’s 6th Birthday Party

KATIE FORSTER joins Hope Street Music for cake, candles and chilled out raga rock…