Blondie's Debbie Harry: Ageing is rough


Debbie Harry on Top of the Pops in 1978 (pictured above) - this is how most Blondie fans will remember the group's singer.

Blondie started out in seedy New York bars and went on to achieve international success - selling tens of millions of albums along the way.

Now more than three decades on and aged 65, Debbie Harry says ageing is rough, but she appreciates life more.

Debbie Harry was talking to Kirsty Young on Desert Island Discs broadcast on Sunday 22 May at 1115 BST on BBC Radio 4, repeated 0900 BST on Friday 28 May. Listen online or browse the extensive Desert Island Discs archive.

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