The musician said he was currently 'feeling fine' and joked his farewell tour could get 'embarrassing' if it extends into next year
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Thursday 17 February 2011
Roger Daltrey plans to give up music to be an artist.
Thursday 17 February 2011
Another sorry tale of a frisky celebrity mounting something they shouldn't, I'm afraid. Bill Nighy, who has been in Cambridge since last month filming a new spy thriller, Page Eight, with Rachel Weisz and Ralph Fiennes, was reprimanded by the local authorities after engaging in a spot of illicit horseplay. Cambridge University's scurrilous student newspaper The Tab alleges that, during a break in filming, the mischievous star, 61, spotted a sculpture of a horse in the grounds of Jesus College and decided to try straddling it, with a crew member filming his antics for posterity. Before he could get his leg over, however, he was chastised by an irate college porter, and so scuttled sheepishly away.
Friday 26 November 2010
Monday 27 September 2010
Thursday 12 August 2010
Tuesday 20 July 2010
Is Dirty Des buying channel Five?
Sunday 04 July 2010
Wednesday 30 June 2010
It is the generation that has had it all: five decades of peace and prosperity, technological and social revolution bringing longer and more fulfilled lives, followed by fat pensions. Now, when they are tired of roaring about on their new motorbikes, working out at the gym or renovating their Umbrian farmhouses, the baby-boomer generation will be able to relax with its own television channel.
Sunday 06 June 2010
Monday 05 April 2010
Quadrophenia was an exercise in nostalgia even when the Who released the concept album in 1973.
Sunday 28 March 2010
Wednesday 24 March 2010
Sunday 07 February 2010
Friday 15 January 2010
These photographs of rock'n'roll royalty, taken by the celebrity photographer Gavin Bond, include shots of The Killers, Gwen Stefani, Grace Jones, Katy Perry and Girls Aloud.
Tuesday 20 October 2009
The Sixties? It was the decade when popular music in Britain threw off the shackles of America, became shaped and defined by photographic imagery as never before, and when the worlds of pop and fashion eagerly jumped into bed together. This comprehensive show at the National Portrait Gallery, which looks at Britpop year by year, gives us many of those defining images by Beaton, Bailey and others, and much else too – umpteen examples of the new pop and fashion magazines that flourished in that decade; sheet music; archival film of such pioneering TV shows as Ready, Steady, Go!; record covers, and all this to the accompaniment of the music of that decade.
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