Double music with Professor Green?

According to a recent survey by luxury student accommodation provider VitaStudent.com, most undergraduates would turn their Uni’s faculty lounge into a star-studded green room! The survey, which polled over 500 young people, aimed to find out which celebrity they would replace their lecturers with. There were some predictable results, such as the majority of students wanting Carol Vorderman to teach Maths and Nigella Lawson to be a Home Economics professor. Unsurprisingly Victoria Beckham was chosen to teach fashion while her husband David was picked for the slightly obscure topic of Gender Studies. Mayor of London, Boris Johnson was voted as the…

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Scots comic book star wins top job at Fox

Last night, movie marvels Fox announced that top Scottish comic book creator and friend of Source magazine Mark Millar will be stepping up as a consultant on the studio’s upcoming projects based on their Marvel Comic film adaptations. Mark, who’s originally from the Lanarkshire town of Coatbridge, is best known for the big-screen adaptations of his works Kick-Ass and Wanted, but before he launched his own Millarworld company, the star was working for the big-name comic book publishers. He’s worked on several Marvel titles, including the Ultimates, Wolverine: Old Man Logan and Civil War. He’s got several movies in the…

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“I’ve had more comments about my jumpers than anything else”

He’s tickled the funny bones of the nation as a camp tank commander, been a part of one of the most bonkers student house shares on TV and worked with some of the biggest names in comedy to boot. Scots telly star Greg McHugh sat down with Source’s Lindsay Cochrane to talk acting, uni memories and mental former flat mates… Having harboured dreams of being an actor since Higher drama classes at St Thomas of Aquin’s in Edinburgh, it took a degree, a drama postgrad, plenty of stand up comedy nights, a move to London, a few rubbish jobs and…

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Amelia’s got the X Factor…

  Having been booted out after the first live show of last year’s X Factor, only to be brought back as a replacement for bad boy Frankie Cocozza, 17-year-old Amelia Lily is living proof that an initial ‘no’ isn’t always the end. Almost a year after coming third in the competition, Amelia’s ready to rise from the ashes of her reality show stint to make it as a star in her own right – and if the mid-week charts are anything to go by, she’s right on track! We found out about her hopes for pop superstardom… Your debut release…

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From bedroom to board room

His company turned over more than £100,000 in its first year, Richard Branson has offered him business advice, he’s talked politics with David Cameron – and he’s only 21! Source caught up with SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards… How did you come up with the idea for SB.TV? I knew of a lot of up-and-coming artists and I wanted to come up with a platform for them. I got a camera for Christmas and I started filming everything. There were a lot of rappers round where I lived, and I just decided to upload the videos to YouTube. They got thousands…

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Getting to grips with Grimmy

He’s one of the bright young things of the broadcasting industry, so Source just couldn’t say no when we were given the chance to talk to Radio 1 and T4 hottie Nick Grimshaw…

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