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Have you started planning your Christmas yet?

Liverpool Christmas panto and show guide: Festive fun for all the family

Post listings for the Christmas season in Liverpool

Singer Katy Perry

Katy Perry's Prism is no album of the year - but it's better than Jessie J

Album reviews with Andrew Greenhalgh - also featuring Cass McCombs and The Airbourne Toxic Event

Former Queen band member Roger Taylor

"It's great to hear these songs again"

The Queen Extravaganza head for Liverpool

Singer/Musician Jessie J

Jessie J’s Alive and kicking – and more in control than ever before

Since her 2010 debut single, singer Jessie J  has enjoyed a  phenomenal run of  success. She tells Andy Welch about the many  essons she’s learned in a few short years

Laura Davis

LAURA DAVIS: I’m jealous of David Beckham moving to Beanotown

I NEVER thought I could feel envious of David Beckham. It’s true that he’s got a bank balance so large that if he were to spot my monthly wage lying in the gutter he probably wouldn’t trouble himself to crouch down and pocket it.

David Higgerson

David Higgerson's TV review: The Voice UK fails to impress

  • BBC

THE tension. The drama. The emotion. The confetti falling from the ceiling.

John Sutton dines out at Thai restaurant Phi in West Derby

John Sutton dines out at Thai restaurant Phi in West Derby

John Sutton and fiancée spice up their Sunday afternoon with a visit to Phi

Jessie J

Emma Johnson: Jessie J is going boldly baldly

I HAVE this recurring nightmare – actually I have a lot of them – but one in particular rears its head often (no pun intended) and it features my hair being cut off against my will.

Go for an instant makeover that has fringe benefits

BEFORE news of the royal baby broke in December, it was the Duchess of Cambridge’s new hair making the headlines.

COLUMN: Banks and music don't mix says Jamie Bowman

If any more proof of that fact was needed, newly appointed Barclays Bank Chief Executive Anthony Jenkins weighed into the debate this week when he proclaimed the chilling words: “If I have a big meeting that I need to get pumped up for I'll put on rock music.”

Emma Johnson: I’m not loving Jessie J’s new look, when did boring become the new black?

FIRST there was Lady Gaga. One minute she was running around town in dresses made from offal with her platinum locks tied into bows, the next she had turned her hair brown (a home dye-job no less) and was spotted leaving a hotel wearing a boring black ensemble.

Adrian Packer the principal at the new Everton Free School

Ex-circus performer and Amy Winehouse tutor Adrian Packer unveiled as principal of Everton Free School

AN ex-circus performer who taught singer Amy Winehouse today pledged to make Everton’s FC new school a hit.

Jamie Bowman: The roll call of Olympian triumphs deserves a few musical medals too

FROM the moment Underworld’s thundering techno soundtrack turned the Opening Ceremony into an 80,000-strong rave, it was clear that this Olympics was going to be a far more rock ‘n’ roll proposition than June’s execrable Jubilee celebrations.

John Lennon sculpture during the London 2012 Closing Ceremony

Liverpool takes centre stage in London 2012 Olympic closing ceremony

LIVERPOOL’S rich musical heritage took centre stage as Great Britain bid a sad farewell to the 2012 Olympics.

Conor Maynard

Music interview: Conor Maynard - I’m not about to take my eye off the ball now

Pharrell Williams and Ne-Yo are fans and he is a YouTube sensation.

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne

TV Review: George Osborne vs Keane leaves the chancellor feeling awkward

  • BBC

AS AWKWARD moments go, I thought the TV world would struggle to beat the sight of George Osborne tapping his foot as Keane played out the end of the Andrew Marr Show (BBC 1, Sundays, 9am).

Simon Cowell, Britain's got Talent

TV REVIEW: Why I think David Walliams has saved Britain’s Got Talent

  • BBC

The last series of BGT was so stale that had it been served up on a bird table only the hungriest starling would have tucked in.

SAM WALKER: Why Twitter is helping boy bands get big in America

SO A few days ago I was asked to do something which I thought, just for a minute may actually impress my children: appear on BBC One’s children’s current affairs show Newsround.

Singer, musician, Micheal Kiwanuka playing at the Masque, Liverpool

MUSIC INTERVIEW: Softly-spoken soul singer Michael Kiwanuka ahead of his Liverpool gig

A YEAR ago, Michael Kiwanuka was an unknown entity. The 24-year-old had been performing with various grime artists around the city for a few years, all the while quietly working away on his own music.

Noel Gallagher

Not a quiet year for music if you look behind the headlines

“I DON’T know where the year’s gone.”

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