How does it feel to be playing Field Day again?
“If they'd have called me, my answer would have been for them to jam in the name of the Lord!” says London Mayor
Springsteen, Costello and Bragg are singing protest songs again. Chris Mugan wonders where the younger voices are
For Matt Hayward from the Southampton rockers, festival season means tequila, Biffy Clyro – and a cup of tea with mum
Last Christmas, nearly two decades after they started out in California, Rage Against the Machine found themselves at No. 1 in the charts as a result of a Facebook campaign to keep Simon Cowell's X-Factor contestants away from the top slot.
In many ways, particularly at meal times, Jamie Oliver gets my vote. If you're hungry and it's almost pay day and the only vegetable left in Tesco is a rock-hard butternut squash, you can do a lot worse than make his Party Squash Soup (get the recipe for free from his website).
What to see and where to be seen
Facebook campaigns to manipulate the pop charts are all the rage, but they have a disturbing flip side, says Chris Mugan
What with this being the final Pandora of the decade, readers can rest assured we've well and truly pushed the boat out.
Joe McElderry spoke of his delight after bouncing back from his Christmas charts heartache to clinch the New Year No 1.
The Prime Minister's decision to agree to a televised leaders' debate reveals the confidence of an experienced political bruiser
Rock band Rage Against the Machine ended Simon Cowell’s four year domination of the Christmas charts tonight after a hugely popular Facebook campaign helped the Los Angeles nu-metallers snatch the Christmas number one slot from X-factor’s Joe McEdlerry.
Charming, mercurial and neurotic about the way he's perceived, The Killers' Brandon Flowers wants everything just so. He tells James McMahon about his obsessions
A shaky start, but Killers recover to blast the crowd
Kiwi rocker Liam Finn was so inspired by a break-up, he's yearning for another, says Nick Hasted