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Take That are currently celebrating their 30th anniversary with the release of the DVD of their Odyssey: Greatest Hits Live concert film. The gig, which was filmed on the final night go their massive 30th Anniversary tour, drew a 45,000-strong crowd and is now available for fans to take home as part of a package with limited edition four-disc collectors’ phonebook and DVD and CD of live highlights. Here, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald answered our questions about their career over the years.

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1) What was the best thing about the Greatest Hits Live tour?

GB: Best thing about touring is being one big happy family. The gigs are amazing but so is all the hanging out.

“Before gig [and] after gig there’s always someone to have a laugh with.”

2) What's changed about the experience of touring since the early days of Take That?

GB: For me personally, my appreciation of it all. I really love performing live — I’d almost forgotten in our time off.”

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“Then coming back to it was incredible — a muscle that hadn’t been used for years. It felt so good to be up there again.”

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