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On Guy Garvey's (Elbow) recent episode of Music Box (debuted on BBC iPlayer) he gave the spotlight over to This Is the Kit, the alias of British musician Kate Stables.
He may have brought charisma and controversy to Formula One but world-class racing driverMark Webber has no regrets about leaving the premier circuit.
The Stereophonics may have seemingly settled into their given persona of dependable and predictable rockers who, every few years, produce another solid collection of material that troubles the charts briefly before they head off around the world playing the hits.
This September a team of seven keen walkers from Brighton & Hove will be taking on the Thames Path Challenge in aid of the Martlets Hospice, Hove.
“I always wanted to be a writer when I was a child,” says Julian Clary. “I think writing for children never occurred to me until my agent suggested it. It was a rather inspired idea because it’s very much more fun than writing for adults.” 
More than four decades since CSN first harmonized in Laurel Canyon, and played its first-ever concert as a trio at the legendary Woodstock festival, its members continue a creative partnership that is one of the most influential and enduring in music. 
When Mancunian music legends the Happy Mondays were challenged to spend a week with an indigenous tribe in Panama for a TV show, their biggest concern wasn't the basic living conditions, the insects or the language barrier. It was whether they could manage to get along with one another for a whole week. 
Internationally renowned artist Romero Britto has released a new collection of works in his signature Pop Art style, the collection – self-titled Romero Britto – features vibrant colour, playful themes and hard-edged compositions. 
Jem Ward, an Art Foundation student at City College Brighton and Hove, recently had an unforgettable work experience opportunity, working as an assistant to graphic artist Michael Eaton, noted for his stunning work on the worldwide hit series, Game of Thrones. 
Brighton Digital Festival has revealed six new arts and technology commissions that will fund works exploring the intersections between art, technology and society.
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