"We just gave up on the band idea, it never really worked."
Danny Griffiths talks about talk about their 10th studio album RESTRICTION, the band's superstar status in France, its passion for movies and scores, its upcoming world tour and its new songs about guns for kids, dead popstars, abusive relationships and its ruined homeland - thanks to Tory Blair and David Cameron. (HA)
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"We felt very introverted when we did “Axiom”, and I think when we did this album we just felt like we wanted to make some noise."
Darius Keeler talks about talk about their 10th studio album RESTRICTION, the band's superstar status in France, its passion for movies and scores, its upcoming world tour and its new songs about guns for kids, dead popstars, abusive relationships and its ruined homeland - thanks to Tory Blair and David Cameron. (HA)
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"I would like a day of being invisible."
When the Hollywood golden girl was cast as a nymphomaniac in Horrible Bosses, eyebrows were raised - but now she's back for more. The actress tells why the role is such a "treat" and how she craves anonymity. (PA) action press
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"I am grateful for the smaller things in my life."
Jennifer Aniston reveals that she's grateful for the smaller things in life, she talks about her fiancè and her latest movie "Cake". (AEM) Not available for Spain and The Americas. Reuters
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"I don't have a plan. In me, there's something that's telling me the way to go."
Comedian, Hollywood star, former addict and rising revolutionary activist, Russell Brand has now morphed into a children's author - but will parents buy his book? (PA) Camera Press
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"I wanted a perfect romance and a lovely husband"
The affairs and the scandals of a life among Hollywood royalty – and where Renée Zellweger and Jennifer Lawrence get it wrong (GO) action press
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"For the first 42 years of my life I wouldn’t have been caught dead doing yoga because of what our country had made yoga look like."
DDP Yoga’s popularity is growing in America, thanks largely to a series of shrewd online videos that show how it has transformed the fitness levels of injured war veterans, broken-down wrestlers and die-hard couch potatoes. (NI) action press
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"I fought my recovery like nothing else."
The Chills were poised on the brink of fame far beyond their native New Zealand in the late 80s with their unique, otherworldly pop, when lead singer Martin Phillipps succumbed to depression and drugs. Now, at last, they’re back. (GO)
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"The worst thing I find about getting older is that it’s a real drag becoming a better person."
At 67, the former Stooges frontman and now designer is showing signs of calming down. But only some. Iggy talks collections, class A drugs and Countryfile. (NI) Camera Press
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"If you are a leader it’s only a matter of time until you stand up and lead."
Jeff Probst, the host of “Survivor” for 15 years, talks about his TV show and the upcoming season 30. (AD) Action Press
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