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Images of Warhol, his muses (Nico and Edie Sedgwick) and friends (Lou Reed)
Stars past and present are seeing the worth of selling their albums via the shopping channel. We see how they do it
Jackie magazine closed in 1993. But with a musical based on the million-selling weekly, and now a clothing line for ASOS, the brand refuses to fade away
Tony Blair's former spin doctor met the mental-skills performance coach soon after he left Downing Street and they are now firm friends
Haig is a bestselling novelist whose books include 'The Last Family in England', the Nestlé Children's Book Prize-winning 'Shadow Forest' and 'The Humans'
'It was probably a radical notion in 2003 that teenagers could be gay'
The performance was born Alalia Chetwynd, but changed her name to Marvin Gaye because she 'was so taken by his life'
The pair met when writer and broadcaster Wallace asked former 'Brookside' scriptwriter Cottrell Boyce to write a script of his book, Join Me, in 2004
The duo behind the Bafta-winning BBC3 series first met at primary school
Public Service Broadcasting are the latest in a long line of bands taking the DIY approach to the music industry
The former antiques dealer and the former children's book designer co-founded the traditional-sweets company Hope & Greenwood
McEvedy runs the restaurant Blackfoot in London's Exmouth Market and is a patron of Fairtrade, whose Fairtrade Fortnight runs from tomorrow to 8 March
With Matador, Coombes says he feels fully revived
After 10 years away, Cats is back in the West End. And with an ex-Pussycat Doll centre-stage, it's a sell-out.
The children's author and the illustrator met when Denton was assigned to Griffiths's very first book in 1993
Davies met Cook a decade ago on the set of Doctor Who in Cardiff