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KEIRA KNIGHTLEY – never one for keeping her mouth shut – has been having her say again.This time it’s about the blind ambition of some young people purely to become famous.
Amid rumours that troubled singer Amy Winehouse has been rowing with hubby Blake Fielder-Civil during their time at the The Causeway Clinic in Essex and may quit treatment, it has emerged that she has been advised to cancel her upcoming North American tour.
Trying to dissect the weekend line-up can be a nightmare. Everyone is talking about the headliners – on the Main Stage and others too – but away from the bill-toppers, Sounds can help you plan your perfect weekend with our top 10 guide to the best bands on the undercard.
THE musical Half A Sixpence was a big hit for Tommy Steele in the 1960s – now, 40 years on, Gary Wilmot is betting it will be an equally good vehicle for himself.
One of Reading’s best artisan producers has just come up trumps after winning two gold medals in the country’s most prestigious food awards.
This week we've got reviews of Trevor’s World Of Sport Series One, Crafty Inventions: Medical Marvels and the Sky Sports: Football Yearbook 2007-2008
It’s Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve and Adam and Eve all rolled into one, stomach-tingling ball of excitement. The Reading Festival is just 24 hours away – and Sounds has officially left the building.
New X-Factor judge Danii Minogue has spoken out against the “creepy people” who have published raunchy pictures of her on the internet.
One local celeb who has hit the headlines this week is TV chef Mike Robinson
The final instalment of the Jason Bourne trilogy hit cinema screens last weekend to a flurry of excitement, with people declaring it one of the greatest action movies of all time.