More rock, less bust for AC/DC

AC/DC have had a tough year. Founding member Malcolm Young had to leave after being diagnosed with dementia and on-off drummer Phil Rudd ended up in court. We tell you how the Australian rock veterans have kept up their "go-for-broke" attitude, releasing their 16th studio album despite the missing band members. It's called "Rock or Bust", proving they're still more the former than the latter.


Also on the programme, Jade Barker speaks to music critic Mark Thompson about how Mary J. Blige is finding London's soul, recruiting English acts for her latest record. 

Meanwhile, Take That’s seventh studio album is out, minus two of the original members, Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.

Finally, tune in to find out what a Gallic version of Band Aid’s song would sound like!

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