Hot Press goes POP this fortnight, as we catch up with some of music's highest charting stars. They don't come much bigger than Mark Ronson, whose 'Uptown Funk' chart-topper with Bruno Mars is the biggest song on the planet right now. The super-producer tells Stuart Clark about creating that massive hit, and his friends Winehouse, Rodgers, Wonder, McCartney and more. The Saturdays' Una Foden talks to Craig Fitzpatrick about her struggles in the industry, women in pop and family life - she gave birth to her second child a mere week after the interview! Elsewhere, we chat with Gavin James, fresh from inking a massive deal with Capitol, Richie Egan, who is back with a remarkable new Jape album, the wildly popular Hudson Taylor, Mundy, Wyvern Lingo and many, many more. The Hot Press Interview is a particularly memorable one, as Olaf Tyaransen props up a bar with Ross O'Carroll-Kelly. No, really! Another notable rugby name takes the time to talk to Hot Press, as bright young thing Robbie Henshaw discusses Ireland's Six Nations chances. Add our take on new albums from the likes of Bjork and Bob Dylan, the verdict on Ed Sheeran's Whelan's special, and all the usual news, reviews and more, and you have a mighty a fortnight's worth of great reading!