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Experts push for Iraq war crimes inquiry

Kaiser Chief's Ricky Wilson joins The Voice 2014 as a new judge

Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson joins The Voice as new judge

Singer replaces Danny O'Donoghue, joining Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones and will.i.am on the overhauled judging panel

The Fashion Audit: Birthday boots, flash feet, Panama pics and dressing up Disney

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The News Matrix: Thursday 12 September 2013

Colorado ousts gun control advocates

Pop mogul Pete Waterman

Music mogul Pete Waterman is surprise inclusion on HS2 taskforce

Pop music producer Pete Waterman is a surprise inclusion on a new taskforce set up to maximise the economic benefits of the High Speed Two (HS2) rail project.

Mickey Arthur: Coach was held responsible for Australia's recent troubles on and off the pitch

The Light Roller: Australia's treatment of Mickey Arthur is bizarre or arrogant

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Indyplus videos: Pop stars on Pepsi ads

Pepsi commercials are known for having pop stars on them, and sometimes for having terrible music on them too. However, Beyonce's might be the new exception. Watch below some of the most popular Pepsi commercials featuring Britney Spears, Pink, Spice Girls and even Kylie Minogue:

Heads Up: BFI Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

It's simply Divine ... so big it up for alternative cinema

DVD review: Holy Motors

In Léos Carax's genre-hopping wonder, a mystery man (Denis Lavant) is chauffeured around Paris in a stretch limousine for a day, emerging nine times and acting out a different prearranged scenario on each occasion.

DVD & Blu-ray review: Merlin: Complete Series 5 (12)

The BBC's polished Saturday-night entertainment will be sorely missed.

DVD & Blu-ray review: Holy Motors (18)

Denis Lavant's “performer”, while being ferried around Paris in a white stretch limo, adopts 10 different guises –including a withered old lady, a troubled parent, a hoodlum and, most memorably, a one-eyed, barefoot, flower-munching troll/leprechaun.

Page 3 Profile: Kylie and Jason reunited singers

Back together, for ever?

Taylor Swift, pictured, will play the legendary Joni Mitchell

Why does today's pop music sound the same? Because the same people make it

Experimentation is being pushed to the margins as labels rely on successful producers

Singer Bryan Ferry performs on stage

Remake/remodel: The old songs are the best...

... but that doesn't mean you have to keep on re-recording them. Gillian Orr wonders if there's ever any point in a rock'n'roll do-over

TV presenter Richard Arnold waltzes off Strictly Come Dancing

Television presenter Richard Arnold became the latest contestant to leave Strictly Come Dancing on the week the show swapped the Strictly ballroom for Wembley Arena.

High note: Alt-J on stage at Reading Festival 2012

Alt-J, Electric Ballroom, London

There's a rumble throughout much of Alt-J's set: it's the sort of dubstep, bass heavy production that makes them sound oh-so 'now', layered as it is under folky guitar and vocal harmonies. Think James Blake meets Mumford & Sons (but please, let's refrain from the tag 'folk-step', a term more juddering than their basslines).

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