Sandie von Brockdorff: ‘We’re all monkeys trying to figure out life’
Matthew James: ‘I’m in a nostalgic mood so I’m going through my Depeche Mode collection’
Juno Valdez: ‘Guiltiest pleasure? Egg, bacon and sausage breakfast buns’
Leonardo Barilaro: ‘Silence is the best music when I’m trying to relax’
Marcelline Agius: My biggest challenge has been trying to be innovative
Matt Stroud: ‘My guilty pleasures are horror movies: the good ones, the bad and the ugly ones’
Erica Muscat: ‘I used to have dreams where I could control flight. There’s nothing quite like it’
James Ryder: ‘Guiltiest pleasure? High School Musical’
Maria Spiteri: ‘Guiltiest pleasure? Binge-eating sweets when I’m angry or sad’
Mark Grenside: ‘Biggest challenge? Realising we know so little’
Louie Camilleri-Pace: ‘Worst habit? Playing video games till the early hours of the morning’
Tina Rizzo: ‘Hold breath for 10 seconds. Release for 10. Great. Another day corona-free’
Joseph Refalo: ‘Earliest memory? Me in front of the mirror, with a hairbrush in hand, trying to sing’
Melanie Martins: ‘If you don’t see the book you want on the shelf, write it’
Emma Muscat: My guilty pleasure is craving my biscuits and milk in the weird hours of night
Julie Pomorski: ‘Who would I most like to meet? My future husband…’
Stephen La Rosa: ‘Kitchen Confidential’ was one of the reasons I fell in love with the culinary industry
Wesley Ellul: ‘Loud, but definitely fun. Not an angry drunk but a very jolly one’
Joe Roscoe: ‘Go to sleep every night satisfied with today’s contribution to tomorrow’
Leanne Bartolo: ‘Worst habit? Stealing chocolates from the cupboard and hiding the wrappers’
Carina Camilleri: ‘When I’m drunk I’m fun, dance a lot, I become even more outspoken – trouble!’
Julia Balzan: ‘I’m absolutely obsessed with Billie Ellish. I can watch her interviews for hours’
Immanuel Mifsud: If there’s something you don’t want the whole world to know, tell it to no one
James Vella Bardon: ‘I’d have dinner with the late Fernand Braudel, the world’s greatest historian’
Ruth Portelli: ‘Time waits for no one. I wish I had invested more in childhood adventures’
Clara Farrugia: ‘Overwhelmed with happiness and positive emotions, sometimes I even end up crying’
Rebecca Camilleri: ‘So much stuff seems so important when you’re younger… it stops when you get older’
Louis Briffa: ‘For me, writing poems is a calvary of sincerity’