Released last month, this double album highlights some of the greatest moments in the illustrious career of uber-producer Nile Rodgers, pictured, who most recently helped Daft Punk top the charts with Get Lucky.
Featuring a whopping 11 UK Top Ten hits including Le Freak, and Everybody Dance, by Chic, as well as Sister Sledge's We Are Family, and Diana Ross's Upside Down, it is a must buy for anyone who likes to shake their stuff.
Read it THE product of more than a decade of research by social psychologist Dr Aleks Krotoski, Untangling The Web: What The Internet Is Doing To You (published by Faber and Faber, PS12.99) sets out to answer many more questions than just the one posed in its title.
What happens to your digital self when you die in real life? Do you need a digital detox? And is Google really making us stupid? Thankfully, Krotoski delivers her findings in a book that's light on academia and scaremongering and heavy on fascinating facts, covering all your major web talking points - politics, religion, love and, of course, cats.
Watch it THE second in Simon Pegg, right, and Nick Frost's "trilogy", Hot Fuzz (ITV, 10.50pm, tonight) sees police sergeant Nicholas Angel shipped out to the back of beyond.
That turns out to be the village of Sandford, where he's paired with hapless PC Danny, who thinks his new partner's moves all come from Hollywood films.
But things aren't quiet for long as Angel sniffs out wrongdoing in the rural idyll.
Like a British version of Airplane! this gets better the more you watch it with a couple of great gags a minute, and some hilarious performances.
Buy it HEADPHONES are more of a fashion accessory than ever these days.
Tune in with Sennheiser''s new Momentum On-Ear headphones, available in four summery shades of blue, green, pink or ivory, PS169.99 at John Lewis.
See it HOLLYWOOD A-lister Nicole Kidman is the new face (or should that be feet?) of Jimmy Choo. Catch her doing her Hitchcock heroine thing in the label's short film at www.jimmychoo.com