From The Guardian:
Rod Stewart agreed to allow BBC cameras into his home for a revealing documentary on his hard-rocking life – but refused to allow them to film his model railway. The Sun reports that the singer told the Radio Times some things were off limits for the documentary, Can’t Stop Me Now, to be broadcast on BBC1 next week. Stewart said: “There are very few places in my life that I like to keep private: that’s one of them, and another is soccer on Sunday morning. Every three years Model Railroader puts me on their cover, which is better than Rolling Stone.” Monkey will see Stewart tracks such as Heart Is On The Line in a new light – or should it be I Don’t Want To Talk About It?