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CELBERITY INTERVIEW: Winona Ryder reunites with Beetlejuice filmmaker Tim Burton for the first time in more than 20 years for his new animated film Frankenweenie, opening in cinemas on Wednesday, October 17. The star of Heathers, The Age Of Innocence and Black Swan reveals why she owes Burton her career, whether she would be up for a Beetlejuice sequel and how she copes with fame.
BOOKS: It's 10 years since singer songwriter Will Young won Pop Idol and he has since gone on to sell millions of records, star in movies and is now enjoying rave reviews in a West End production of Cabaret. Yet he has suffered years of low self-esteem and bouts of depression. Through all this, singing has saved him, he reveals, as his autobiography, Funny Peculiar, is published.
HEALTH: After an Allergy UK survey reveals nearly six million Britons could be allergic to their office, with symptoms including nasal problems, eye conditions, dry throats and headaches, experts explain how work could be bad for you.