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TV pick: Cilla
Sheridan Smith gives a warts and all depiction of Cilla Black. Cilla Black is best remembered here as a 60s pop star turned 70s television face. In Britain she's remained a national institution and...
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A Hard Day's Night anniversary: how Beatlemania l...
film A Hard Day's Night was an energetic piece of pop culture that changed music and movies forever. An anniversary of sorts went unnoticed last year. It was just over 50 years since the...
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FROM historic buildings and fine museums to Scott’s ship RRS Discovery, Dundee enchants award-winning children’s writer Fiona Macdonald Valentine’s Day was approaching. So what about Dundee for a...
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Simon Cowell's record label 'will release Zayn Ma...
... made it clear Zayn would stay a Syco artist': Simon Cowell's record label 'will release ex-One Direction star's new music' Malik and the band had signed a £10 million deal with music mogul's lael...
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Corporate radio's classic hip-hop oldies stations...
Hip-hop was once a rebellious music that sampled songs without permission, was the subject of derision by politicians and became a target of law enforcement. But even as its teenage adherents got...
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Michael Parkinson at 80: his greatest hits
Parky remembers his joy at booking Welles: "We thought, if we can get Orson Welles, the rest will follow - bill it and they will come. And we were right." John Lennon appeared with Yoko Ono later...
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Amel Larrieux talks lifelong dream and her favour...
It has been pointed out that the “neo soul” label is paradoxical in terms. “Neo” means new and “soul” implies depth and history and timelessness. Soul simply cannot be new, many argued – including...
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Clarke sees writing on the wall
The Australia players would have heard of Michael Clarke's retirement many times before. But the knowledge that they are hearing it from Clarke for the final time should provide a these words with...
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CELEBRATING THREE GREAT ENGLISH EXPORTS IN 2015
Deputy Head of Mission Aidan Liddle joins us for another guest blog today. In 2015, England marks two major anniversaries. It will be 800 years since Magna Carta was sealed, and 750 years since the...
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the Rugby World Cup
Andrew Ford review: The appeal of the primitive
Earth Dances by Andrew Ford. Earth Dances: Music in Search of the Primitive ANDREW FORD Black Inc., $29.99 Andrew Ford has long impressed me as a sort of Antipodean Bernstein-ite. It's not that he...
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Terri Schlichenmeyer: Travel back in time with '1...
You turned up the volume — again. Surely, the guy in the car next to yours must think you’re weird. There you are, groovin’ to your tunes, seat-dancing, singing along like you are in-concert. Really,...
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Elton John, The Beatles and Alt-J: Linus Roache's...
Linus has been listening to Pink Floyd since sixth form He is appearing in the new series of Vikings on the History channel, Tuesdays at 10pm. ELTON JOHN: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (UMC) I could...
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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
What’s with teen hysteria over Malik?
APIn this 2013 file photo, Zayn Malik gives his autograph to Japanese fans. Picture: AP Photo/Koji Sasahara, File Washington – Wednesday was a weird day in the American school system. Students by...
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Are celebrities responsible for their fans well b...
The massive outpouring of pain that was the result of Zyn Malik leaving the musical group One Direction and the level of disturbing behaviour that has resulted from it is pretty unbelievable. This is...
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Bolton artist creates sea life sculptures out of ...
A TALENTED Bolton artist teamed up with a London aquarium to create sculptures — out of razor-sharp sharks' teeth. Renowned miniature sculpture artist Hedley Wiggan, of Tonge Moor Road, Tonge Moor,...
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Top 5 things to do in and around Bolton this week...
... Get down to the Alma Inn, Bradshawgate, for a night with classic rockers Black Whiskey. Fronted by former Xentrix and Hellfighter vocalist Simon Gordon, the four-piece band will be there on...
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Twist and Shout
Moore radio towers destroyed in tornado had been ...
The tornado tore apart roofs on several homes, snapped power lines and trees in half, and scattered debris across neighborhoods. The three large towers, owned and operated by KOMA, were built in 1946...
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Beatles legend Ringo Starr returns to the cover o...
Rock icon Ringo Starr believes a Beatles reunion could have been possible if John Lennon and George Harrison were still alive.
legend talks hypothetically about the band reforming in an...
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Q & A with Marty Stuart
Marty Stuart is the epitome of country cool. He doesn’t need to wear a cowboy hat or wave a Southern state birth certificate around to let you know he’s a country music star. He just makes music his...
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Bone Thugs-n-Harmony on Final Album: "End of an E...
Twenty years ago, Eazy E insisted that Bone Thugs-n-Harmony use the power of the supernatural to draw in listeners. As of today, they've sold over 40 million records around the world. And now...
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