As kids, they collected their wages at a speedway racing track, but, by 1977. the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever had put the brothers in the top bracket of earners in the music world. Max Flint traces their rise to riches.
Phil Collins. Simon Le Bon and Boy George and, of course, Bob Geldof are among the stars recalling the unlikely events of 20 years ago, when pop's A-list converged on a studio in London to record charity single Do They Know It's Christmas? Hosted by Midge Ure.
Paul Verhoeven 's rip-roaring slice of science-fiction excess, starring
Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone. After suffering a series of troubling nightmares about Mars, construction worker Douglas Quaid discovers the planet may hold the key to his true identity. Playing uncut. Review page 42.
The artist's debut feature, in which she explores small-town life and the theme of the imposition of sex on a girl's adolescence. Emin draws upon her experiences of growing up in the Kent seaside town of Margate and also interviews six teenage girls, hearing about their secrets and self-discovery.
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