Leading a Music Week Women In Music Awards special issue and granting us a rare and extensive chat, Sony Music UK COO Nicola Tuer is the subject of this week's Big Interview.
Tuer discusses her distinguished music business career and Sony's on-going commercial success.
We shine the spotlight on the winners from last Friday's Women In Music event - which took place in front of a packed room at Kensington's Royal Garden Hotel - including Låpsley, Kanya King, Martha Kinn, Alison Tickell and KT Tunstall. In a specially commissioned piece featuring a host of archive photos, Alison Wenham gives a first hand account of her phenomenal career.
Elsewhere in the 18-page special, we celebrate this year's Roll Of Honour inductees, Rebecca Allen (managing director, Decca Records) Natasha Bent (live agent, Coda), Lucy Blair (director, international sales and marketing, The Orchard), Fiona Haycock (executive producer, Music Industry Trusts Award), Sam Isles (VP, artist services, Ticketmaster, international, and managing director, TicketWeb), Pascale Khalaf (VP, synchronisation and licensing, Warner/Chappell), Paulette Long (director, Westbury Music), Emmy Lovell (VP, digital, Warner Music), Damaris Rex-Taylor (general manager, Disturbing London), Sandie Shaw (co-chair, Featured Artist Coalition), Jane Third (SVP, Because Music) and Carla Marie Williams (songwriter and founder, Girls I Rate).
We also examine the potential impact of Donald Trump's election as US President on the music industry, with top execs from both sides of the Atlantic giving their opinions.
We also have all the very latest news, views and charts from the past week.