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Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

The Saturday Quiz answers

1. David Hockney.

The legendary Brazilian midfielder, Socrates

Socrates: the man who made Brazil really beautiful

The outspoken star, who died yesterday, played the game with style. By Tim Rich

Life by Keith Richards

Reviewed by Boyd Tonkin

Simon Carr: Surreality TV as Ken finds a captive audience in prison

And from Wormwood Scrubs, sometime home of Keith Richards, Horatio Bottomley, Pete Doherty and Lord Alfred Douglas, Question Time.

Matthew Norman: Rule by the right-wing press dooms any sensible debate on drugs

The primary issue here is one of political courage, or rather, its absence under fire. Any politician who dares to stand against the tabloids quickly undares

Drugs bust for Keith Richards’ daughter

The daughter of the Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has been arrested in New York after painting graffiti on the wall of a convent and being found in possession of marijuana.

Cultural Life: Sandra Bernhard, comedian

Films: I saw 'Never Let Me Go' and found it very impressive. In such a believable way, it incorporates science fiction with the strangeness of the times we actually live in. It was deep, haunting and beautifully shot. My other favourite is 'The King's Speech'. Top drawer!

Dom Joly: Contemporary art is a load of old poo

I've just been to an art "do". The artists were old friends, and they always have a great turnout for their shows. This one was particularly impressive and the place was crammed with peculiarly dressed people trying to look both hip and unconcerned while glugging as much free drink as possible.

Dylan Jones: 'It’s all here, in Keith Richards’ new book - sex, violence and the truth about weaving'

One of the most annoying things I've had to do this year was finish Keith Richards' autobiography. Once it was gone, I simply didn't know what to do with myself. Life is probably the best rock'n'roll memoir ever written, easily as good as Bob Dylan's Chronicles, but much longer.

Books of the Year: Pop

Robbie Williams offers a glimpse inside his head, while Jay-Z pretends to have been to Morocco

Pictorial homage: Keith Richards

Iconic images of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, from celebrated photographers such as Gered Mankowitz, Eddie Kramer, Michael Cooper and Ethan Russel, will be on display at an a dedicated exhibit for one of the world’s most beloved musicians.

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Powerful images of strays taken moments before being put down

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