The Guardian Audio Edition: Rod Stewart; sex, drugs and songwriting - edition 20

  • In this week"s edition:
    • The Boston marathon bombs triggered a reaction that is at odds with last week"s inertia over arms control. Read the article here
    By Michael Cohen
    • Alexandra Marie"s life changed for ever 20 years ago, when she looked on in horror as a Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death. Read the article here
    By Jemima Kiss
    • Thousands have applied to become one of four astronauts selected to set up a human colony on Mars, in a plan that comes with snags. Read the article here
    By Karen McVeigh
    • Six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy has called time on his glorious career. Read the article here
    by William Fotheringham
    • As the singer prepares to release his new album Time – the first he has written new songs for in 15 years – Rod Stewart talks frankly about women, drugs – and his lifelong struggle with his craft. Read the article here
    by Michael Hann
    To mark the publication of the Granta"s new list of the best young British novelists, five of the shortlisted authors reflect here on the experience of having their work read as audiobooks, and of reading their own work to audiences.
    To read these stories and more go to www.guardian.co.uk and to hear the full audiobooks reviewed visit www.audible.co.uk/guardianaudio.

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