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It all began with gum and skin patches in the early 1990s – ways of getting nicotine into the bloodstream without the need for a cigarette.

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Gone are the days when only the upper classes hung their hunting trophies on the walls. These days we all want a stag's head adorning our flats, houses and hallways. You can buy plastic ones, aluminium ones, cardboard ones and even inflatable and blackboard sticker ones.

Satchmo by Satchmo, Radio 2, Wednesday<br/>British, More or Less, Radio 4, Wednesday

Louis in his own words &ndash; so good, you don't want music

Leading article: Rock on, Wood

Although he increasingly resembles one of the prehistoric sacrificial victims found in a distant bog, Ronnie Wood commands respect.

Caught &amp; Social: Double joy for Ronnie Wood

Ronnie Wood’s night at the Arqiva Commercial Radio Awards was better than he realised.

The Ronnie Wood Show, Absolute Classic Rock, Monday to Saturday<br/>Russia: The Wild East, Radio 4, Monday to Friday

What a waste, to take a radio natural and condemn him to silence

Stone Ronnie Wood off alcohol for seven months

Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood said today he has not touched an alcoholic drink in seven months and admitted that was "quite a record".

No more music from the quilted generation

Old rockers should hang up their leather trousers while their reputation and their dignity are still intact, says Andy Gill

Murder suspect held at Beachy Head

A woman was talked out of throwing herself from Beachy Head and was subsequently arrested on suspicion of murdering her estranged husband.

American gallery to exhibit Ronnie Wood's art

A prestigious American art gallery is set to play host to an exhibition of artwork by former The Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

Pandora: You are what you vote: Gillian's political past

How differently things could have turned out. It might not, for instance, have fallen to Jamie Oliver to have renovated our school dinners. And – who knows? – perhaps David Cameron would be campaigning on the platform of free goji berries for all.

Ronnie Wood's ex-girlfriend Katia Ivanova labelled 'an idiot'

Ronnie Wood's ex-girlfriend Katia Ivanova has been labelled an "idiot" by her housemates.

Celebrity Big Brother housemate Katia Ivanova speaks of Ronnie Wood romance

Katia Ivanova has revealed how she was "madly in love" with Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood.

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