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Issue Date: 11 November 2019
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- This week in Music Week, we’re celebrating all this year’s winners at the Women In Music Awards. Leading our coverage – and also gracing our cover –is Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis, who talks to us about growing up at Worthy Farm, and taking the world’s biggest festival to the next level.
- Also this week, we speak to Businesswoman Of The Year Radha Medar, Inspirational Artist winner Louise Wener as well as the recipient of the new artist award Freya Ridings. Plus there’s in-depth interviews with Music Champion Annie Mac, our Music Creative winner Camille ‘Kamille’ Purcell, Campaigner Olga FitzRoy and Our Rising Star Tiffany Calver of BBC Radio 1 & 1Xtra. We also sit down with International Woman Of The Year winner Zena White and find out why Universal Music UK won The Company Award: Diversity In The Workplace.
- Elsewhere, in an action-packed issue, this week’s big story sees us look at the rise and rise of TikTok, plus we unpack the changing world of weekend TV and what it means for the biz. On top of that, Columbia talk about the global success of Rex Orange County on the back of his latest album Pony.
- Plus! In Aftershow, Sophie Ellis-Bextor reflects on chart battles with Victoria Beckham and opens up about what it’s like to be a mother in the music industry. Elsewhere, Kara DioGuardi reflects on writing Pink’s Sober in Hitmakers. America’s Got Talent 2016 winner Grace VanderWaal is On The Radar, while guitar pop prodigy Katy J Pearson is Making Waves. And there’s all our usual enhanced news, new music, analysis, charts coverage and market share statistics.