Hudson: Honesty is best with kids

Wandsworth Guardian: Kate Hudson says she tries to be honest as a parent

6:53am Saturday 20th September 2014

Kate Hudson has said her parenting style is that honesty is the best policy, and she doesn't stress too much about knowing the answer to everything.

Claflin: I'm nothing like my role

Wandsworth Guardian: Sam Claflin stars in The Riot Club

6:53am Saturday 20th September 2014

Sam Claflin has said he's nothing like his alter ego in new film The Riot Club.

Fellowes keen on older women roles

Wandsworth Guardian: Julian Fellowes says older women are invaluable in Downton Abbey

6:53am Saturday 20th September 2014

Julian Fellowes has said he likes to do his bit to increase the number of roles available to older women because he thinks they are vital to TV plots.

Tinchy teams up with Chuckle Bros

Wandsworth Guardian: Tinchy Stryder is making music with the Chuckle Brothers (Tinchy Stryder/Instagram)

12:17pm Friday 19th September 2014

Tinchy Stryder has revealed he's working on a strange collaboration - with the Chuckle Brothers.

Bono 'delighted' by album giveaway

Wandsworth Guardian: U2's latest album was given away to 500 million iTunes customers last week in a deal with technology giant Apple

6:35pm Friday 19th September 2014

U2 frontman Bono has told of his delight that millions of people have heard the group's new album after it was given away - and joked that even the band have been known to delete their music.

Nick Frost for Doctor Who special

Wandsworth Guardian: Nick Frost is delighted to have a guest role in Doctor Who

2:05pm Friday 19th September 2014

Doctor Who is keeping it in the family after show bosses announced Michael Troughton, the son of Patrick who played the second ever Doctor, will appear in the Christmas special - alongside Hot Fuzz actor Nick Frost.

Jackson song on new Queen release

Wandsworth Guardian: Late music legends Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson duetted on a song that features on a new Queen album

12:45pm Friday 19th September 2014

Three previously unreleased tracks by rock band Queen, including one which sees singer Freddie Mercury duetting with Michael Jackson, are to finally see the light of day.


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