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A radio announcer has told the court in the trial of DJ Dave Lee Travis that she was in a “panic” after he allegedly grabbed her breasts when she was speaking live on air.

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Back out of hell: Meat Loaf pulls out of Nottingham gig as band falls ill

Meat Loaf pulled out of a concert in Nottingham an hour before it was due to begin.

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Getting into Buckingham Palace might have been easier than getting through the well-guarded door of this former Smithfield slaughter-house now converted into a nightclub: Universal and Bang&Olufsen had temporarily taken it over for some gentle reciprocal promotion.

Mick Jagger and the Stones reunited for five anniversary gigs - at a cost

Mick Jagger plans 'dull' life in build-up to gigs this summer

Mick Jagger has said he will live a "dull" life in the months leading up to the Rolling Stones show in Hyde Park to make sure he is on top form for the outdoor gig.

Events arm makes heavy going at Newbury

An increase in the number of punters attending Newbury Racecourse failed to offset falling annual takings from concerts and conferences as the business suffered in tough economic conditions.

Events arm makes heavy going at Newbury

An increase in the number of punters attending Newbury Racecourse failed to offset falling annual takings from concerts and conferences as the business suffered in tough economic conditions.

Justin Bieber's monkey quarantined in Germany

A German official says Justin Bieber had to leave a monkey in quarantine after arriving in the country last week without the necessary papers for the animal.

Simon Price on One Direction: One Direction - Before it all goes wrong, give Harry what he needs

A decent song, that is. Because it's only a matter of time before One Direction lose their way

West Ham have agreed a 99-year deal to use the Olympic Stadium

Olympic Stadium deal for West Ham finally agreed

West Ham have agreed a deal to move into London's Olympic Stadium, sources close to the process have confirmed.

Andras Schiff, Wigmore Hall, London

When a major pianist tackles the complete cycle of Beethoven sonatas the results are always fascinating. Daniel Barenboim’s Southbank performances in 2008 may have had such startling blemishes that he refused to let Radio 3 broadcast them, but they still glow majestically in the memory.

Delano Williams tried and failed to make the British team for the Olympics, but is doing well in the Jamaican equivalent

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Schoolboy Williams takes No 1 spot in world 200m rankings... and has a British passport

Andras Schiff, Wigmore Hall (****)/ Mitsuko Uchida, Royal Festival Hall (*****)

Those who don’t like Andras Schiff’s Beethoven say he plays like a tyrant: for those who do, his way with the great sonata-cycle has something approaching the authority of an oracle. But even oracles can get things wrong, and so did Schiff’s account of the Rondo of Opus 31 No 1: Beethoven may have written in some quirkiness, but not to the mannered degree we got it here. Sometimes Schiff gets carried away by his own doctrinaire convictions.

You better Beliebe it: Justin apologises for turning up late ‘I never have any intent to upset or let anyone down’

Justin Bieber was booed last night as he reportedly appeared on stage two hours late at his 02 gig.

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Simon Price on Girls Aloud: It's been emotional, says Cheryl. Forget that – it's been fab

What's not to love about the comeback of these five glam girls with their unrivalled fusillade of songs?

Trevor Grills: Tenor singer who helped lead the sea-shanty revival with Fisherman's Friends

Given the illustrious maritime history of the British Isles, the sea shanty revival spearheaded by Fisherman's Friends, the 10-strong vocal group from the picturesque north Cornish fishing village of Port Isaac, was long overdue. Jon Cleave, the bald, moustachioed MC and bass singer, might have been the most visible member of the ensemble, the one best able to reflect on their continuation of a long-standing tradition and their repertoire of occasionally lewd material, but Trevor Grills, who has died after suffering severe head injuries at a venue in Guildford, Surrey, last weekend, was the tenor singer whose voice sent shivers down the spine of many a listener.

Lead singer of the White Lies Harry McVeigh performs at Radio 1's Big Weekend in Swindon

Radio 1's Big Weekend extended by extra day

Radio 1's Big Weekend just got bigger - with an extra day of music at the event which is being held in Londonderry this year.

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