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Issue 1329 - Freddie & The Dreamers

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Freddie Mercury and The Dreamers: Recreating an icon

They were both children of immigrants with a point to prove. Now it looks like Rami Malek will forever be cinema’s Freddie Mercury as he chats about his portrayal of the late Queen singer in upcoming biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.


Queen guitarist, singer and songwriter Brian May shares some unique and intimate images from behind-the-scenes of Bohemian Rhapsody
Presenting powerhouse Mishal Husain on why her 16-year-old self would be scared by the idea of being a public figure, how she moved from reporter to live studio presenter and why she thinks her self-perception will impact on her kids in a Letter To My Younger Self
Good Grief! Happiness is a Peanuts exhibition. The gang head to Somerset House to celebrate 70 years of the world’s most influential comic strip
Susie Green, CEO of Mermaids, a charity supporting gender-diverse children and their families talks new TV drama Butterfly

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