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Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson shuns music


Iron Maiden is one of the most successful heavy metal bands ever, selling over 80 million albums, but lead singer Bruce Dickinson combines his hard-rocking stage persona with another role as a commercial pilot and businessman.

But despite having spent over 30 years playing at sell-out tours, he tells HARDtalk's Sarah Montague he avoids listening to music and prefers speech radio.

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