The weekend is what you make of it - there's endless opportunities whether you're at work or play - and we love hearing how you spend yours. Here's the second in our Weekend Review series, from Frank Benbini, aka Uncle Frank and the drummer in Fun Lovin' Criminals...
What do you do for work?
Musician, producer and entertainer.
What's your passion outside work?
Writing, basketball and love.
When is your weekend?
My days off vary with my touring commitments - but love it when I get Saturdays and Sundays off.
How did you spend last weekend? (Frank was looking back to 26th and 27th March)
Last weekend I was playing a festival in Holland, Paaspop to around 80,000 people alongside the Prodigy and others, with my band Fun Lovin' Criminals.
Then I sat on my tour bus watching classic movies, travelling back through Belgium and France, stopping and eating some great food - steamed veg, roast beef, prawns and fruit with chocolate fondue.
I got back on the bus and travelled back to the UK via the Channel Tunnel while reading the book I'm on at the moment, 'The Life of Bruce Lee' by Bruce Thomas.
I had my tour bus drop me at the new Leicester Riders' arena, and managed to get back in time to watch my beloved basketball team play.
I felt a little tired and there's always an air of anxiety that hovers around me - but that comes with a lack of rest, my job and being one of those nutty artist types.
What was your highlight of last week?
Seeing my basketball team go top of the league - and hitting my walking target.
How do you balance life on a tour bus with life at home in Leicester?
It's not that bad - although I'm at times all over the world, I still get more time at home than a lot of people that have the 9 to 5 type job. I can be away for big chunks yet be home for bigger chunks, so it balances out. It can be difficult when stuff clashes or I'm not here for certain family events - that can be hard to swallow sometimes.
It's swings and roundabouts, rough with the smooth. But that's what I do.
What do you like most about where you live?
There's parks and countryside, yet it close enough to my multicultural city - and my family and friends are here.
What's your ideal Sunday menu?
I'd spend it all with my family and close friends, and would have the following menu...
Breakfast: Baked vegetable omelette with toast and cream cheese
Lunch: Sunday roast chicken or beef with roast onion and potatoes and Yorkshires are a must - and mint sauce!
Dinner: Crackers with left over chicken and maybe fresh fruit and meringue, as a treat a couple of squares of dark chocolate
What's in your fridge?
Fresh fruit and veg, meats, milk, champagne, salad, Alpro yoghurt, elderflower drink, jellies and sparkling water.
What's your current soundtrack to the weekend?
My own classic funk and hip hop mixes from DJ sets that I do when on the road, all the classics love the Rival Sons at the minute too.
How can people see/hear what you're up to?
On Facebook andTwitter
How did you spend your weekend? Fan of Frank? Let us know in the comment box!