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‘I wanted to get to the soul’: Dick Fontaine on his approach to documentary filmmaking

After pioneering ‘truth cinema’ and at least 40 documentary films later, British director and producer Dick Fontaine has settled in Durban

Babylon By Bus: How Bob Marley influenced Dennis Morris’ photographic career

The photographer got his first big break touring with The Wailers in the 1970s, after skipping school to meet the band

Klopp and his Beatles move on from ‘Yesterday’

The wait was long and painful, from the endless jokes to that Steven Gerrard slip. But after 30 years Liverpool are finally Premier League champions of England

A ghostbusting care package

A multimedia care package of reading material, series, movies and music to indulge in if you're ghosted

Soul icon Percy Sledge dies at 74

American soul icon Percy Sledge, best known for the 1966 hit "When a Man Loves a Woman," died Tuesday at the age of 74.

Private memorials planned for Ravi Shankar in the US and India

Private memorials will be held in India and California for legendary Indian sitar player Ravi Shankar, a publicist has said.

Weekend 101: McCartney and Nirvana get cozy

Motlanthe accepts nomination for ANC presidency, Mandela remains in hospital, and Nirvana performs for Hurricane Sandy survivors.

Paul McCartney weds US heiress (She loves you, yeah?)

Former Beatle Paul McCartney has married New York heiress Nancy Shevell, three years after settling his acrimonious divorce with Heather Mills.

Photos of Beatles’ first US concert to be auctioned

Photos from the Beatles' first US concert in Washington in 1964 will be auctioned as silver gelatin prints.

Magazine publishes Lennon’s last print interview

<i>Rolling Stone</i> magazine is publishing an interview with John Lennon, conducted three days before the former Beatle was gunned down in New York.

Beatles ‘coming to Apple’s iTunes’

The Beatles on Apple's iTunes? Let it be. The Fab Four's music is expected, finally, to be available for sale at Apple's online music store.

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