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Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor, examines the influence of Jon Venables' background on his return to prison

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Tom Rees: 'I thought I might not play again'

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Quadrophenia, Theatre Royal, Brighton

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Album: Woodstock 40, Various Artists, Rhino

With the 40th anniversary of the original Woodstock Festival looming, various commemorative releases are being prepared to markthe occasion.

Keith Moon gets plaque at last despite English Heritage snub

Fans organised accolade after refusal to honour hell-raising drummer

The Error World, By Simon Garfield

Confessions of a man with a serious addiction to gummy paper squares

Things the Grandchildren Should Know, By Mark Oliver

A revealing and poignant memoir is marred by bursts of grouchy, rock-star posturing

Miss Webster and Cherif, by Patricia Duncker

Greater passion comes to Little Britain

Babar Luck: 'I use brains - and fists'

Mixing soul, ska and punk rock, Babar Luck's music captures the growing pains of a British Asian. He talks to Phil Meadley

My Mentor: Paul Beckett on Rob Goldberg

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