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Radio 1 will mark International Women’s Day by broadcasting an all-female line-up of DJs for 12 hours on two consecutive days.

Flying the nest, take two: Moving out of halls and into independent housing

Dos and don'ts to consider before you move in with the first people who'll have you

Omar Souleyman seen here performing earlier this year in Texas at a benefit concert for victims of the Syrian conflict
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And Warpaint on for a stealth attack

Food for thought: Frank McGuinness, playwright

The playwright’s new play The Hanging Gardens is currently at Abbey Theatre, Dublin until 9 November. He has just published his first novel, Arimathea.

M.I.A's new album is out in November

Caught in the Net: MIA gears up for a return to action

And an R&B sensation makes the Cut

Brooklyn post-punk band Parquet Courts have recorded a new five track EP

Caught in the Net: The post-punks it's OK to laugh at

And enter the Museum of Love gift shop

Food for thought: Lucy Walker, documentary maker

The Oscar-nominated documentary-maker is best known for Waste Land and Countdown to Zero. Her latest film The Crash Reel, about a snowboarder’s near-fatal crash, screens across the Picturehouse cinema chain this Tuesday. Here, Walker talks about her current reading, watching and listening ....

The debut single from new London band Telegram is a great blast of scuzzy, droney rock

Caught in the Net: Big hair, big sound... big future

And a resurgent LA duo's latest shore thing

On the deck: Annie Mac

Annie Mac attack: dance music's champion

Annie MacManus's compilation albums and radio shows can create stars. The DJ tells Chris Mugan how she became a tastemaker

Album review: Chvrches, The Bones Of What You Believe (Virgin)

Blog faves, BBC Sound of 2013 poll, world tour…and the trio hadn't even released an album. Can it live up to the hype?

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Man arrested in New York over Drive-style video

A 30-year-old has been charged with reckless driving

From Miley's twerk to Madonna's kiss: The most outrageous moments to date from the MTV VMAs

She ‘twerked’, stripped on stage and repeatedly licked her lips, but Miley Cyrus’ VMA appearance is just one of the many outrageous moments to emerge from the show.

Simon Neil of Biffy Clyro performing on the main stage, during day three of the Reading Festival

Reading Festival 2013: Biffy Clyro close festival with graft and invention

Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro closed Reading Festival on Sunday with a set encompassing both hard, sweaty graft and moments of inspired invention, mainly from their current, first chart-topping album, Opposites.

Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day performs live on the main stage during day one of Reading Festival

Reading Festival 2013: Green Day bring first day to vibrant close with headline set

This year may be the first to see a dance stage across all three days

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Yes, Silicon Valley pioneers are pompous types. But this could make a real difference

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No postcode? No vote

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Louis Theroux's affable Englishman routine begins to wear thin

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