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The Bellamy Brothers Let Your Love Flow
Best Of The Best, START, SCD-22
Status Quo The Winner
Quid Pro Quo, FOURTH CHORD, QUOBS 001
Paloma Faith Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful
Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful, EPIC, 8869754355-2
Hall & Oates I Can't Go For That
Looking Back, RCA, PD-90388
Annie Lennox Walking On Broken Glass
Silk And Steelo, POLYGRAM TV, 525-569 2
Rufus Wainwright Jericho
Out Of The Game, DECCA, 060252796786 8
Dusty Springfield I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
The Silver Collection, PHILLIPS, 834-128-2
The Collection, CASTLE COMMUNICATIONS, CCSCD-176
Twain, Shania (Pron: Shu Nye Uh) Man! I Feel Like A Woman!
Come On Over, MERCURY, 170-081 2
Terry Davies Jazz Club
Play Without Words: Theatre Cd, NATIONAL THEATRE, CBGQA-0300002
The Who Pinball Wizard
Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy, MCA, MCAD-37001
Stereophonics Local Boy In The Photograph
Word Gets Around, V2, VVR-1000438
The Rolling Stones Off The Hook
The Rolling Stones, Now!, LONDON, 820-133-2
Ike & Tina Turner River Deep Mountain High
River Deep Mountain High, A&M, 393-179 2
Elton John Sad
Good Morning To The Night, Mercury, 3707164
Swing Out Sister Breakout
Hits On Cd, MERCURY, 816-410 2
The national treasure discusses his new novel 'The Truth'. Published by W&N it centres around a middle-aged journalist and writer named Keith Mabbut, who finds himself at a crossroads in his lifewhen he's offered the opportunity of a lifetime – to write the biography of an ilusive and influential activist and humanitarian.
Dancer Richard Winsor
The star of 'StreetDance 3D' and Matthew Bourne's all male 'Swan Lake' talks to Claudia about the revival of Bourne's Olivier award-winning dance production 'Play Without Words'. Inspired by JOSEPH LOSEY'S film 'The Servant' it explores the darker, seductive side of the Swinging Sixties.
Photography icon David Bailey
The celebrated photographer chats to Claudia about an exhibition at Newham's Compressor House of more than 50 photographs he's captured throughout his career of the London borough he grew-up in featuring locals and celebrities including The Krays and Sixties supermodel Jean Shrimpton.
Xan Brooks’s Film Choices
'Magic Mike' - Certificate 15
Mike (Channing Tatum) is an entrepreneur. A man of many talents and loads of charm, he spends his days pursuing the American Dream from as many angles as he can handle: from roofing houses and detailing cars to designing furniture. But at night he's the hot headliner in an all-male revue.
'Ice Age 4: Continental Drift' - Certificate U
Manny, Diego, and Sid embark upon another 3D adventure after their continent is set adrift. Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures and battle pirates as they explore a new world.
'Seeking A Friend for the End of the World' – Certificate 15
The feature directorial debut of screenwriter Lorene Scarfaria. Set in a too-near future where time at once stands still and is slipping away forever, the writer/director explores what people will do and how they will feel when humanity’s end is near. Starring Steve Carrell, Kiera Knightley, Adam Brody, Gillian Jacobs & Melanie Lynskey
Judith Mackrell's Dance Choices
The Royal Ballet 'Metamorphosis Titian Project' at the Royal Opera House in London from July 14 – 20
'Big Dance 2012' events nationwide with a finale at London's Trafalgar Square on July 14
'One Extraordinary Day' London – jaw-dropping pop up performances devised by American choreographer Elisabeth Streb (dates undisclosed)
Manchester's 'Urban Moves International Dance Festival' at various venues from July 27
The Tour Guide's Guide To Art - The Pinball Parlour, Ramsgate
Co-owner/curator Pete Heath tells us about his favourite table:Find out more about The Pinball Parlour
"Majorettes is a Classic Gottlieb machine from 1964. It's rare, it's beautiful, and it is the machine that inspired a guy called Harry McKeown to write "Pinball Portfolio" in 1976. This was the first book purely about pinball and remained the collectors bible for many years. We rescued our Majorettes from a shed in South London a long time ago. Only 425 were made, so 48 years on, who knows how few remain today."
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