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  Cliff Richard Thursday 6 December 2001  
Cliff Richard and Jenni Murray
Cliff Richard first arrived on the music scene in 1958, with his hit Move It reaching No 2 in the British charts.

He quickly established himself as Europe's first authentic rock 'n' roll star, as well as acting in musical films like The Young Ones and Summer Holiday.
In a career spanning over forty years, with hits such as Congratulations, Miss You Nights and Living Doll, Cliff Richard has become a musical icon and one of Britain's best-loved entertainers.
He has just entered the festive chart battle with his first new single in two years.
He talks to Jenni about his new album Wanted, how he felt about the criticism surrounding his last single, The Millennium Prayer, and how he has dealt with media interest in his private life.
Wanted (Papillon, WANTED1, £9.99)

The Official Cliff Richard Website


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