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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (February 27, 1999)

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A coming of age; Pump Up The Volume (Channel 4, 10.00pm - 11.55pm). 1205
A Differ-ent slant on Wild West; In God They Trust BBC2, Tuesday, 8.00pm. 388
A REAL TOUPEE TOUPEE DO. 122
A to Z of motoring; The art of clutch control. 249
Adam has a rapping good time at That bar; Barman of the Week. 264
Al at odds; Allister Martin's weekly look at racing from the betting shop. Martin, Allister 604
Alone on the ocean wave; Linda Stewart, 30, is a seasoned solo traveller. But she was nervous about embarking on a Med cruise alone. It turned out the computer worker from Midlothian had nothing to worry about. 1329
An island of drams; There's a little slice of real Scotland in downtown Partick. But beware ... you may lose your heart to The Lismore. Macaskill, Jamie 879
BANKER FOR NICKY. 164
Bargain breaks; Some of the best holiday deals around this week. 141
BEATING NOT BEATEN; New lease of life can put Jambos back on right track. Traynor, James 1015
Big boys won't let our kids play and we're going under; ROVERS BOSS IN PLEA TO TOP TEN. Campbell, Iain 784
Big two on top. 299
Boss said I was too stressed to face Brechin... now my mates call me Viduka; Division 2. Haggerty, Anthony 474
Boy, 10, takes cannabis to classes in his satchel. Martin, Steve 462
Cancer victims drop court fight. 121
Catwalk to cot talk for supermodel Kirsty. 276
CHANNEL FOUR FINED pounds 150,000 OVER FAKE TV. Macaskill, Jamie 413
Charles: I've been violated. 149
Classic war action at its very best; Where Eagles Dare BBC1, 11.25pm - 2.00am. 1031
Clematis rises to all occasions; Turn your garden into an oasis of colour with the natural beauty of these flowers ... there's one to suit every taste. Wheatcroft, Janet; Chudziak, Bill 2353
Cocktail of the Week. 111
COLD COMFORT FOR MEN; Women better at fighting bug. Maung, Carole Aye 190
Cons are out for the kill; The Dirty Dozen TNT, 9.00pm - 11.45pm. 256
Contest Update; Stu beauty. 316
Contest; Win a family break to the Algarve. 353
Cooped-up; The Mini Cooper attracts nostalgia freaks yearning for '60s chic - the car's a sad blast from the past too. King, Conrad 661
Craggy old Walter can still deliver; Incident In A Small Town BBC1, 11.50pm - 1.20am. 1226
DAVID FOUND PERFECT REMEDY WITH ROVERS; Division 3. Haggerty, Anthony 596
Diamonds hauled up by council over delay. 278
Diamonds rocked by new crisis. Campbell, Iain 501
Disaster epic is red hot; The Towering Inferno Sky Cinema, 10.00pm - 12.45am. 182
DRAMA of the week; Fire crew bow out in style. 388
Durie out of title race. McCarthy, David 431
Durie's out of title race; Rangers striker will miss rest of season after op. McCarthy, David 341
Euro delay on duty free price hike. 116
Events. 319
Events; Fun days out for all the family. 314
Expert's warning over sex book for toddlers. McCARTNEY, BRIAN 271
FESTIVAL COVERAGE BOOST. 134
Five Bellies could do a job up front .. in the pie queue. Cowan, Tam 1101
Fong steps up in American class. 105
Food Life; Scone to brunch. Boyd, Angus 954
FURY AS SALMOND LAUNCHES ATTACK ON THUGS' BRITAIN; Labour demand apology. Deering, Chris 481
Gang rule in Tyneside; Get Carter TNT, 9.30pm - 11.45pm. 284
General in command of big trial; Stormin' Norman. Williamson, Norman 493
Gold strike puts John into the lead; Dreamtipper. 156
Great trainer robbery; CROOK LOOK: WHAT THE AVERAGE CRIMINAL IS WEARING THIS YEAR. 175
GUILTY; Farry DID delay Cadete deal and now he's facing the axe. Traynor, James 441
Highway Code warning over mobile phones. 94
Home Life; Win your lounge a pounds 3000 makeover. 392
I owe Dundee too much to leave them in the lurch; RAB'S VOW TO CRISIS CLUB. Jackson, Keith 793
I'LL GIVE MY OLD PALS A STARK REMINDER; RAITH V AIRDRIE. Campbell, Iain 265
I'm all right Jack ... I'm off then. Thompson, David 668
I'M DWARF VADER; Star Wars find unlikely baddie in 4ft 2in Ray. Black, Sharon 788
IAN KEEPS ACTING THE GOAT; CLYDEBANK v MORTON. Jackson, Keith 155
If I beat Goram I'll score goals against anyone; MOTHERWELL v DUNFERMLINE. Campbell, Iain 447
IMRAN SHOULD NOT HAVE DIED; Teenager `had 99.9% chance of surviving'. 315
In first plaice ...; The award-winning Ashvale in Aberdeen is so good it will leave every other fish restaurant with a chip on its shoulder. Cowan, Tam 1216
In the line of duty; The issue of duty free has everyone confused. Is this summer the end of cut-price airport shopping? Spavin, Vicky 1255
In the shadow of death. Brown, Annie; Hall, Allan 1792
INGLIS OFF TO BULGARIA AFTER BEING DUMPED BY DONS. Gilfeather, Frank 590
Ingrid casts her spell; Spellbound Sky Cinema, 10.00pm - 11.55pm. 152
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Cowan, Tam 257
It's a bombshell Sir...and Dad's got another 46. Milne, Shaun 523
It's Col gone pear-shaped; ST MIRREN v HAMILTON. Duncan, Colin 137
IT'S NEW AT TEN ON ITV. 120
It's Vinnie not Winnie, Jones tells Bond girl; Shooting Star: Football hardman picks up top movie award. 346
Janice in the Mood. McGUIRE, BERNIE 216
JUDGE BLAMES BRIDGE DEATHS POLICE; Survivor in line for pounds 150,000 after crash that killed two friends. Smith, Graeme 1095
Just what the Doctor Ordered. 248
Labour call on Hague to come clean over freebies. 256
Labour's first team living it up at Division Two club for Cook's testimonial. Burnie, Joan 626
LET'S LOOK AT ALL THE FACTS. Owen, Garry 317
LETTER FROM BRAVEHEART: WE'VE GUBBED THE ENGLISH; CENTRE OF ATTRACTION: MUSEUM DISPLAYS PROOF OF WALLACE'S VISION. Dow, Ian 402
Liam's a rebel with a cause; Michael Collins Sky Premier, 1.55am - 4.05am. 276
Libya is set deadline to hand over suspects. 255
Line of the Week. 212
Live ... and still kicking; Jamie Theakston has a career that's on the up and up. But the lovable TV - and now radio - star rebels against the celebrity gossip game. Spavin, Vicky 1281
Lockerbie trial guards to be vetted. 250
Loves on the rocks. 205
Loyalist gunmen in peace claim. Martin, Steve 187
Man murders his wife then hangs himself. 104
Marco took five goals off me but Henrik's hotter. 376
Marco trial ends row; HIGHLAND. 244
MARR: WE'LL BEAT DEADLINE. 220
Me and my car Dougie Vipond; My Triumph was so damp it grew mushrooms. 285
Mill would climb Everest! Williamson, Norman 302
Millennium Life; David the dud king. Collier, Andrew 1484
MONEY'S MISSING PERSONS; STRANRAER v FALKIRK. McCARTHY, DAVID 155
Money; IBROX GROUP HAS ITS EYE ON WEMBLEY. Caven, Bill 264
MORE DONS PLAYERS WILL FACE THE AXE IF WE DON'T IMPROVE. Gilfeather, Frank 596
MPs' free kicks at the World Cup; Wined and dined at football's big party. Thompson, David 1662
Murder rap man cleared in trial No2. 115
Must have; The slogan T-shirt. 172
My perfect weekend; Playing live still gives me a buzz. Spavin, Vicky 887
NET AMUSED; MR FIXIT. 430
Nights in white satin; If drag, glitter and kitsch is your thang, then Viva at Club Mercado in Edinburgh will turn you on with its larger-than-life glamour. Brown, Merle 1363
NISSAN ENLIST JOYRIDERS TO BEAT CAR CRIME. Crickmer, Clive 346
On the bomb run; Memphis Belle (Ch5, 9.00pm - 11.00pm). 1207
One-man army plot is too far-fetched; Rambo III Channel 5, 10.10pm - 12midnight. 1218
Owls open talks for Celtic duo. Traynor, James 254
Pals don't want merger. McArthur, Euan 220
Paolo faces new rap for attack on ref Alcock. Marshall, Alan 364
Perm of the Week. 185
Police in hunt for missing schoolboy, 11. 86
Pub music. 383
Record View; Plenty perks with this job. 444
Ring to recover losses. 163
Roof is falling in on Scotland's poorest clubs; MINNOWS PAY PRICE. Cameron, Alex 897
Sarwar told us he was a money-lender, say Labour. 256
Scots head for sell-outs. Duncan, Colin 124
SECOND BEST IS OK FOR ME; AYR UNITED v HIBS. Docherty, John 358
Shooting for the stars; CITY CENTRAL SATURDAY, 9.05pm, BBC 1. 1115
Showbiz Sam. 592
SINK OR SWIM; You'll get no help, Robertson tells Kvaerner and Bishopton. Alba, Carlos 497
Snow hell rescue copters take out rich first. 250
Soap watch; Sad Simon is really for the high jump. Brown, Merle 708
SPOOKTACULAR; Higgins horrified by his haunted hotel. Haynes, Frank 388
STAR BIRTHDAY; Ronan needs a time for healing. Ewart, Lynne 175
Strachan in road rage at V-sign pupils; Football boss storms on bus. Martin, Stephen 284
TEACHERS DEMAND A PAID YEAR OFF; A CLASS APART: STORM OVER CALL FOR CAREER BREAK. Alba, Carlos 419
Tech Life; Thanks to the World Wide Web, you can get a view to a thrill from a waterhole in Africa to the frozen wastes of the Arctic ... or the surface of the Moon. Low, Bob 1553
Tell me which coupon you prefer; MR FIXIT. 248
The Cosgrove Challenge. Cosgrove, Stuart 119
The drape escape; Lorna and Grant McIntyre couldn't live with their mismatched living room any longer. In stepped paint expert Derek Collins with a plan for a dust cloth. Ensor, Nan 1644
The hard stuff; MALT WHISKY TRAIL. 356
The odd couple unite in support. McVEIGH, KAREN 429
The road to glory; Geordie Ch4, 4.00pm -6.00pm. 1168
The World's biggest School Trip Ever; Disney's Northern conquest. 420
This crowd look like scrum thing else; REDS ALERT: BOSS WARNS TROOPS TO RAISE THEIR GAME ... OR ELSE. Duncan, Roddy 561
This phone equals 400 Scottish jobs. 209
TODAY'S SPECIAL OFFER: FREE RANGE CHICKENS; Fowls loose at store. 293
Tony's highland fling; Funnyman Tony Roper is looking for a big hit with his new prime time sitcom, as JAN PATIENCE reports. Patience, Jan 613
Top of the pots; Househusband Graeme Johnston, from Ayr, gets two hours of peace and quiet during a trip to an art caf with kids Gemma and Gregor. 907
Truth or fiction?; Melvin and Howard BBC2, 12.10pm -1.45pm. 1136
TV's Greengrass quits. 273
TYCOON'S GARDEN IS DUG UP IN HUNT FOR MISSING WIFE; PROBE: MILLIONAIRE'S MANSION SEARCHED. Jones, Gary 520
UPDATE. 225
VIDAR WON'T TALK BAKK; Riseth is happy to praise Viduka but he can't comment on you-know- who. Duncan, Colin 817
WARNING ON BABY PILL; Morning-after alert by experts. Maung, Carole Aye 212
Way to go! Owen, Garry 286
We need more Scots like Sgt Pepper; Chef Gordon's got fight stuff. Shields, Bob 1180
We switch on the style this week and put some; hot looking kettles to the test. Wilson, Pam 487
WE'RE JUST THREE WINS FROM TITLE; CAAT'S ALL FOLKS: DICK ADVOCAAT RECKONS RANGERS CAN WRAP UP THE CHAMPIONSHIP BEFORE THEY MEET CELTIC. McCarthy, David 960
We're peaceful and we've got the guns to prove it; TERRORIST DEMAND: LOYALIST UFF PARAMILITARIES TELL IRA TO DISARM. Martin, Stephen 365
Weathering the storm; Paradise lost, a storm brews, tea for; two and Gers making an entrance. 328
Weekend radio. 570
Whale rapped for radio rant against Scots; Watchdog says he abused his position. Martin, Stephen 370
What's a nice girl like Catherine doing with a sex addict like you?; ROMANCING THE JONES: HOW MICHAEL DOUGLAS HAS A BASIC INSTINCT FOR THE BEAUTIFUL STAR OF ZORRO. Morgan, Kathleen; Hall, Allan 1366
Whatever happened to; PETROCELLI 1978-79. 261
WIN pounds 10 BET FOR EVERY RACE AT THE FESTIVAL; Stanley Racing Cheltenham Challenge. 241
Win Two tickets to see Everton v Arsenal in the Premiership. 302
Wine rack. Walls, Trevor 223
Wounded Tiger fails to survive. 318
You're on your own, Scots workers are told. Alba, Carlos 397

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