A scripting error saw the heavy metal band misclassified in an earlier episode
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Wednesday 11 December 2013
The body of Mr Mandela will be lying in state for three days
Friday 06 December 2013
A radio interview and online Q&A have been cut from the schedule
Friday 15 November 2013
Band manager is stepping down at the age of 62. Nick Hasted looks back at an incredible career
Monday 23 September 2013
Airport ‘dithering affecting recovery’
Sunday 22 September 2013
Anyone who expected the Followills’s sixth album to reignite what first fired them up as a band of brothers (plus cousin) hadn’t reckoned on the limiting matter of their mutation into a stadium brand.
Monday 02 September 2013
Presidents and poets pay tribute to Seamus Heaney as son reveals content of last text message sent by the Nobel laureate to his wife
Wednesday 24 July 2013
Plight of the band has drawn international attention
Wednesday 24 July 2013
Maria Alyokhina forced to appear at parole decision appeal by video link despite hunger strike over right to attend in person
Wednesday 17 July 2013
U2 singer says honour is 'unspeakably special'
Satisfaction: The Rolling Stones were the best headliners in Glastonbury's 43 year history, says Michael Eavis
Tuesday 02 July 2013
The Rolling Stones were the best headliners in Glastonbury’s 43-year history according to the festival’s ‘father’ Michael Eavis.
Friday 28 June 2013
Editors shed a key band member and a producer as they struggled to make their new record. They tell James McNair that it was worth it
Thursday 27 June 2013
As bands like the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and Genesis moved into arenas and stadiums in the 1970s, stage design became an important part of the fan experience.
Sigh No More: Mumford and Sons bassist Ted Dwane 'on the road to a full recovery' after blood clot treatment
Friday 14 June 2013
Mumford and Sons bassist Ted Dwane has been discharged from hospital in America following treatment for a blood clot on his brain.
G8: Will.i.am, Ed Sheeran and Mumford & Sons record new versions of songs to highlight global poverty
Tuesday 11 June 2013
Will.i.am, Ed Sheeran and Mumford & Sons are among the stars who have recorded new versions of celebrated protest songs to highlight issues of global poverty.
Monday 27 May 2013
Within five seconds, you can understand what happened in Coventry. Six nights previously, as Muse warmed up for the Midlands instalment of their 2nd Law Tour with some stage-set rehearsal, the good citizens of that town feared that their Ricoh Arena was on fire, and alerted the authorities. As the music grinds to a stuttering, screeing start and giant transformer-pillars atop a bank of TV screens begin to belch flames hot enough to flash-fry your face even in the cheap seats, their confusion seems natural.
As a white man, I'm surprised more women aren't tweeting the hashtag #KillAllWhiteMen
Scotland may have to leave the EU even if it votes to stay in, David Cameron confirms
Report finds that Britain's wages are the most unequal in Europe
Almost a third of school pupils believe 'Muslims are taking over our country', study claims
The day that Britain resigned as a global power
Gay marriage 'Bert and Ernie' cake bakery found guilty of discrimination in Northern Ireland
- 1 Crystal meth addict 'gouged out his eyes and ate them' while high on drug, Australian MP claims
- 2 As a white man, I'm surprised more women aren't tweeting the hashtag #KillAllWhiteMen
- 3 The ten most unequal developed countries in the world
- 4 Saudi Arabia 'seeking to head United Nations Human Rights Council'
- 5 Toddler throws a tantrum at the White House – in front of Barack Obama