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Meat Loaf I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That
Now 1993 The Millennium Series, EMI, NOWMIL-1993
Simple Plan Summer Paradise
Get Your Heart On, ATLANTIC, 7567882608
The Kinks Waterloo Sunset
Kinks The Ultimate Collection, Castle TV, CTVCD-001
Goons The Ying Tong Song
Classic Cuts #38, Mastermix, CC-38
The Jam Town Called Malice
Compact Snap, POLYDOR, 821-712 2
Badly Drawn Boy Something To Talk About
The Essential Acoustic Album, SANCTUARY RECORDS, TDSAN-010
Stooshe Black Heart
Single, WARNER, NA
Sam Cooke Bring It On Home To Me
Portrait Of A Legend, ABKCO, 980-7446
The Style Council Shout To The Top
The Sound Of The Style Council, POLYDOR, 065 643-2
Dexys Midnight Runners Jackie Wilson Said (I'm in Heaven When you Smile
Let's Make this Precious, EMI Music Publishing, 7243-5 92680 2 6
T. Rex Children Of The Revolution
Marc Bolan And T Rex The Essential Collection, UMTV, 0-0
Kate Bush Wuthering Heights
The Kick Inside, EMI, CDP-7460122
Judy Garland Get Happy
Judy Garland - Classiques et inedits 1929 - 1956, Fremeaux & Associes, FA-5184
James Jay Picton Long May They Roll
Play It By Heart, Universal, 2794689
Goldfrapp Fly Me Away
Supernature, MUTE RECORDS, CDREF-001
Stereophonics Have A Nice Day
Just Enough Education, V2, VVR-1015842
The writer and broadcaster joins Claudia to discuss her one-woman show and new novel Valentine Grey (Virago), about a young woman raised in India who breaks with Victorian convention to fight in the Boer War disguised as her male cousin.
Author Jacqueline Wilson
The leading children's writer and Tracy Beaker creator chats about her career and latest book Four Children And It (Puffin), a modern reimagining of E Nesbit's classic tale Five Children And It.
Playwright and director Jim Cartwright
Jim joins Claudia to talk about the touring production of his hit play The Rise And Fall Of Little Voice, which opens at Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud Theatre on August 31st and visits venues across the UK until December.
Estelle Lovatt's Exhibition Guide
Art critic Estelle recommends:
Flight and the Artistic Imagination –Compton Verney, Warwickshire, until October 7
Peter Blake and Pop Music - Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, until October 2
Picasso and the Complete Vollard Suite Prints - British Museum, London, until September 2
Helen O'Hara's Film Choices
Total Recall - Certificate 12A
As the nation states Euromerica and New Shanghai vie for supremacy, a factory worker begins to suspect that he's a spy, though he is unaware which side of the fight he's on. Directed by Len Wiseman and starring Colin Farrel, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel and Ethan Hawke.
A Few Best Men - Certificate 15
A comedy about a groom and his three best men who travel to the Australian outback for a wedding. Directed by Stephan Elliott and starring Rebel Wilson, Olivia Newton-John, Xavier Samuel, Kevin Bishop, Kris Marshall and Elizabeth Debicki.
Cockney's Vs Zombies - Certificate 15
A family of Cockney bank robbers pull off a caper to help save their grandfather’s retirement home; meanwhile, the undead are on the streets of the East End. Starring Michelle Ryan, Georgia King and Honour Blackman.
THE TOUR GUIDE'S GUIDE TO ART - THE BRONTE PARSONAGE MUSEUM, YORKSHIRE
Arts Officer Jenna Holmes tells us about her favourite section of the museum:Find out more about The Bronte Parsonage Museum
"Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall were all written in this room. The sisters would write here every evening, staying up late after their father had gone to bed. They would circle the table, sharing words and ideas.
After her sisters died, Charlotte used to circle the table alone. In this room there is also the sofa that Emily Bronte is reported to have died on. And in the photograph you can also see costumes worn by Michael Fassbender and Imogen Poots in the 2011 film version of Jane Eyre."
Claudia Winkleman’s weekly feast of the finest offerings from Film, Theatre, Arts, TV and Music.…