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Anthony Devlin/PA Julian Assange , the founder of WikiLeaks who has been holed up in an embassy in London for more than a year, is to be a guest on BBC Radio 4 's Today programme. Assange, who has been granted asylum by Ecuador but faces arrest if he
A BBC move to have musician P J Harvey as a festive season editor of its Today radio programme has produced a show that divided listeners, upset MPs and sparked a string of complaints. Harvey put WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in charge of Thought
31 December 2013 1 View comments Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks who has been holed up in an embassy in London for more than a year, is to deliver the traditional faith spot on Radio 4's Today programme. The controversial figure, who has
The accolades keep rolling in for "Rolling in the Deep" singer Adele . It's been announced that the Grammy- and Oscar-winning songstress will be heading to Buckingham Palace on Thursday, Dec...The 25-year-old artist will be given the Most Excellent
Bradley Wiggins knighted at Buckingham Palace The Queen knights Sir Bradley Wiggins Sir Bradley Wiggins has been knighted by the Queen at Buckingham Palace in a ceremony he described as "humbling". Sir Bradley, who won gold at the London Olympics and
I've never heard him play drums, but we all know he'd have it. He's a busy man, so the only way he'd be interested is if he was on the kit. Guitar: Tom Morello No one else can make a guitar sound not like a guitar, like Tom Morello can...Vocals:
Adam Bandt likes Bloc Party Banquet and Anthony Albanese is a fan of The Triffid's Wide Open Road...Each has picked 20 of their favourite songs and will share tales about when they heard them for the first time, during the Rage 2013 election special.
Rocker Pj Harvey has offered her support to a fellow Brit detained at the infamous Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba in the form of a new song. The singer/songwriter released Shaker Aamer, which she dedicated to the hunger striker, on Saturday (03Aug13).
We'd tried for a year and half to find the way forward and just couldn't. When that happens after multiple recording sessions you have to say: 'What's wrong here?...Or is it something to do with the dynamic of the band?' Together with Editors bassist
He showers, eats a piece of fruit, grabs some coffee and immediately goes to studio to record his radio show from 5-9 a.m...Harvey tapes that show until 12:45 p.m., takes a 20- to 30-minute break, goes back to taping, attends a few more meetings,