Arts and Entertainment Celebrity Big Brother 2014: Retired boxer Evander Holyfield

The former boxer said being gay was not normal and could be fixed

How We Met: Rusty Egan & Steve Strange

'For the reunion, we had a mediator on hand to work through the recriminations'

Cultural Life: Boy George, singer

Music: I'm digging Laura Marling, Nocturne The Blonde, Hurts, Sister Crayon, Chairlift and, of course, the gorgeous Adele who has a touch of Dusty Springfield about her. My Spotify playlist goes from Glasvegas to Jimmy Scott, lots of David Bowie from all decades and even a dash of Julio Iglesias and Goran Bregovic! Oh, and Timi Yuro, who seems to have been forgotten but what a voice!

London Calling, By Barry Miles

It is apt for a feted London bohemian (who has written extensively on the Beatniks, music and the 1960s) to turn his sights to London's post-war bohemia from which he arose as co-owner of the Indica Gallery (a famed haunt for the 1960's avant garde).

Last Night's TV: The House That Made Me/Channel 4<br />Kirstie and Phil's Perfect Christmas/Channel 4

The most – in fact, post editing (on which more later), quite possibly the only – interesting thing about The House That Made Me was the story of Boy George's coming out. He was only 14 when he told his mum that girls weren't his thing; only 15 when he yelled "I love cock" at his dad.

Antony Hegarty - Bitter-sweet memories of the voice of chamber-pop

Antony and the Johnsons' new album features a revealing book of art by Antony Hegarty. He tells Elisa Bray about growing up an outsider

Mark Ronson and the Business Intl, Hackney Empire, London

He keeps producing the goods

Album: Mark Ronson & the Business Intl, Record Collection (Columbia)

From 'Back to Black' with Amy to the bleach blond of Le Bon

New Release: Mark Ronson &amp; The Business Intl, Record Collection, Columbia

Amy Winehouse may be reportedly peeved at Mark Ronson's taking too much credit for her success, and piggybacking his own solo career on that success, but she shouldn't worry overmuch about him stealing her vocal limelight: for as Record Collection brutally reveals, the über-producer of his era turns out to be an ünter-singer, his weedy vocals here failing to bring to life any song on which he takes the lead.

The expert view: what Labour's new leader must do

Advice offered for Diane Abbott, Ed Miliband, Ed Balls, Andy Burnham and David Miliband

Mark Ronson - He'll get by with a little help from his friends

Mark Ronson has a gift for catchy collaborations. Ahead of a new album, which features stars young and old, Elisa Bray finds out what it's like to work with the industry's most in-demand producer

My Secret Life: Matthew Horne, Actor & comedian, 31

My parents were ... kind, caring, and not too nosy. My mother, Glenis, was a nursery nurse, and ended up working as a special-needs' class assistant. My father, Brian, was the manager of a lace factory in Nottingham.

Worried About the Boy, BBC2 <br/>Royal Wedding, BBC2<br/>Ashes to Ashes, BBC1

The Eighties wasn't just about trouble and strike: how could it be with New Romantics, a Royal Wedding and time-travelling cops?

Con-Dem Nation! Enter right, the bromance of the century

After a week of twists and turns that left both the protagonists and the audience alternately exhilarated and exhausted, our diarist, Matthew Bell, picks out the highlights and surveys a strange new political landscape
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