Here's what we already know about the band's big comeback next summer...
A big announcement from the band is expected in the next 24 hours
During the 15 years in which Section 28 was law, no local authority was prosecuted
“Anglia Square Not Leicester Square” is the slogan of a campaign trying to encourage producers to hold the premiere of the Alan Partridge film Alpha Papa in Norwich.
"Modfather" Paul Weller is the latest act to be added to the bill for this year's Isle of Wight Festival.
Anthem-rockers The Killers have been named as the last headliner for next year's Isle of Wight Festival.
The Manchester rockers will headline in June 2013
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New bands should take top billing at the big festivals, says Emily Mackay
Bands like The Cranberries must beware of cashing in on nostalgia, says Elisa Bray
Parker McDonald, a 15-year-old pupil at Vail Ski and Snowboard Academy in Colorado, will have incurred the jealousy of his peers after he went to his homecoming dance with the darling of American sport, skier Lindsey Vonn.
A cultural conflict between Britain and Australia sparked by the attempted sale of a sacred Aboriginal artefact in Kent looks set to be reignited.
Orlando Bloom wants to play Joe Strummer in a biopic of the late singer.
What's the best way to begin a pop song? Guitar? Drums? Wind? Donald MacInnes chooses 12 of the best intros in pop history
It’s a big year for the Reading and Leeds Festivals. Not only is it 50 years this summer since Harold Pendleton, founder of the Marquee Club in London, launched the events’ precursor, the National Jazz Festival, but it’s also the 40th anniversary of the Reading site’s initiation. To celebrate four decades of revelry at Richfield Avenue we’ve taken a look back at some of the defining moments of this most beloved of festivals.
Another season, another must-have Chanel nail varnish. This summer, talons are set to be painted mimosa yellow – a tricky shade to pull off, and therefore one which seems to have found a natural home on the fingertips of the It-crowd. Elsewhere in the range, there are gentle pinks and bubblegum shades – the perfect foil to all the bright, Pantone shades on the catwalks for spring. Les Fleurs d'Eté de Chanel, available now, from £17.50, selfridges.co.uk