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The Financial Times, founded in the UK in 1888, is the primary English language daily newspaper with a special emphasis on business and economic news. It is now available in five international editions.

James Blunt: Strange Life Of An Army Dreamer

Interview by Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, Financial Times, July 2005

James Blunt came to pop stardom the hard way, via Harrow, Sandhurst and the Household Cavalry. ...

Courtney Love: 'I've Lived A Really Weird Life'

Interview by Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, Financial Times, December 2006

THERE ARE signs of clean living everywhere in Courtney Love's hotel suite. ...

Dizzee Rascal: 'I Was Just Being Cheeky'

Interview by Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, Financial Times, June 2007

TOP OF the world, that's how Dizzee Rascal feels. Early sales of his new album Maths and English indicate a top-10 hit. "It's a couple ...

50 Cent: Always The Lion In The Room

Interview by Ben Thompson, Financial Times, February 2008

ON MEETING the rapper and business mogul 50 Cent, the first thing you notice is that he's a lot smaller than he looks onstage. In ...

AC/DC: Heavy Metal's Eternal Schoolboys at the O2 Arena

Live Review by Ludovic Hunter-Tilney, Financial Times, April 2009

We've got some old songs and some new songs for you," AC/DC's singer Brian Johnson growled, in an accurate but dispiriting précis of the AC/DC ...

David Bowie: Station to Station: The importance of David Bowie

Essay by Paul Morley, Financial Times, September 2010

HOW MUCH DO you like David Bowie? You will have to like him a lot to want to spend more than £80 on a deluxe ...

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