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THE GADGET

With 50 per cent of UK households set to own a digital radio by 2010, it seemsthe Buggles were a little premature in mourning the fact that Video Killed TheRadio Starback in 1979. Fittingly, Vita Audio's new luxury digital radio goeson sale at Harrods this week. The R1 Dream has a glossy white finish anddistinctive blue-on black display - and it's as easy to control as an iPod,thanks to its 'RotoDial'. [pounds sterling]180. Visit harrods.com

THE GIG

The original boy from Basingstoke is back. Paul Weller, the Modfather, will beperforming a one-off gig next Sunday at the Astoria as a fundraiser for theNordoff-Robbins Music Therapy trust. Catch him if you can... [pounds sterling]35, seetickets.com

THE CLUB

Psst! With doormen of granite and prices to make you wince, we hear clubBungalow 8 at St Martin's Lane Hotel, London, is now the A-list joint ofchoice. Very mysterious indeed - there's not even a website...

THE ALBUM

Dust off your blue collar, The Boss is back. For Magic, his 15th studio album,Bruce Springsteen is reunited with the E Street Band and back to his raspybest. An intricate insight into the soul of the legendary songwriter orkick-ass rock 'n' roll? …

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