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The Week in Radio: Williams was quick on his feet, and willing to cover mishaps with self-deprecating humour

Metronomy's new record, Love Letters, is released in March next year

Caught in the Net: This is the dawning of the app of Aquarius

And Patrick Flegel returns after Women trouble ends

Dolly Parton, Country singer

Page 3 Profile: Dolly Parton, country singer

What’s she up to?

In Mrs Thatcher, the young Damian Barr recognises another outsider, a survivor

Maggie & Me. By Damian Barr

A wry autobiography, set in 1980s Scotland, reveals an admirably balanced attitude to Maggie, memoir, and the wisdom of Granny Mac

MasterChef 2013 winner Natalie Coleman

MasterChef 2013 winner Natalie Coleman on being crowned third female champion: 'I can keep up with boy banter'

Credit controller and part time DJ Natalie Coleman has become the third woman to win MasterChef after beating Welshmen Larkin Cen and Dale Williams in the final.

Postcard from... Denmark

John C Reilly promises "good, traditional bluegrass" for London gig

It was a chance encounter in a Nashville parking lot that did it.

Actor John C Reilly

Professor Keith Campbell: Biologist who played a leading role in cloning Dolly the sheep

Cloned from a mammary gland cell, the sheep was named in honour of Dolly Parton

Xo, By Jeffrey Deaver

New thriller is as capable a piece of writing as Deaver has delivered

Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston cause of death 'not known'

US officials have said it is too soon to determine whether prescription drugs were involved in Whitney Houston's death.

'When someone dies, I want people to care'

The 'Wire in the Blood' killer is back, but his creator Val McDermid tells Danuta Kean there is more to her work than violent crime

Sea of Bees, XOYO, London

If you are going to disown your overbearing, religious family, then head first to Sacramento, California. That is how Julie Ann Bee escaped, first by falling in with some "witchy, objectionable" types, she says, before reinventing herself as Sea of Bees, a studio project now bearing fruit as a live proposition.

Shared parenting: A disastrous double act

After the birth of their son, Claire Hodgson and her husband opted to split responsibility for looking after him. The stress nearly drove them apart

Emmylou Harris: 'I smoked country music but I didn't inhale'

She may now be winning Grammys for 'contemporary folk', but Emmylou Harris is finally ready to confront the heartache and loss that made her the queen of the red-raw country ballad

Magnate behind Eddie Stobart hauliers dies, aged 56

Edward Stobart, the trucking legend who brought the phenomenon of "Stobart spotting" to Britain's motorways, has died from heart problems at the age of 56.

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