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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (January 22, 2000)

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A doubting father; Music Box ITV, 1.25am - 3.25am. 1194
A kilt, for auld lang syne. 243
A lowly subject in the court of King Mike; BOB SHIELDS meets the fight club that is ringmaster Tyson's entourage. Shields, Bob 560
A matter of right and wrong; Behind The Crime Ch 4, 9.00pm. 912
A serious proposition; Scots actress Valerie Edmond is a familiar face on TV but her latest role in tear-jerker, One More Kiss, may just propel her on to movie greatness ... Spavin, Vicky 1473
A stab in the dark; Sheila Gillespie and her daughter, Laura, put their powers of logic to the test on a murder mystery weekend at Perth's Royal George Hotel. 1013
All right my Sun?; Ex- EastEnder and pop star Sean Maguire has landed his dream role, as he reveals to VICKY SPAVIN. Spavin, Vicky 880
Anger as attacks on medics double. 185
Army man killed in car bombs attack; RETURN TO TERROR: BLASTS IN SPANISH CAPITAL SIGNAL END OF ETA CEASEFIRE. Dowdney, Mark 137
Barrymore's on the bawl; Michael Barrymore's My Kind Of Music ITV, 8.00pm. 975
Becoming a kilt hero; Harry Lauder might be turning in his grave, but our national garb is set for the 21st century in some eye-popping new designs. Young, Alison 711
BESIEGED TYSON TURNS HIMSELF IN; 3000-strong mob force him to take refuge in police HQ. Frew, Callum 885
BIG GIRLS SHOULD HAVE FRILLS AS WELL; 18-stone Stefanie flaunts her flesh for fashion line. Frew, Callum 405
BLAIR : THERE'S NO TURNING BACK; PM vows to modernise Britain. Thompson, David 621
BLAIR: THERE'LL BE NO TURNING BACK; He vows to modernise Britain. Thompson, David 622
BOBBY TO DAZZLE. Owen, Garry 635
Border patrols; Choose from some dramatic plants to make an impact. Wheatcroft, Janet 853
BOXING: I'LL NOT LET JULIUS SUFFER. Haynes, Frank 269
BOXING: I'll stop Tyson if Francis doesn't; Trainer won't let his man suffer. Dillon, John 664
BOXING: Nations KO hits crocked Cammy for six. Duncan, Roddy 296
BOY, 12, IN COURT ON DEATH OF BABY; He faces murder charge. Young, Sydney 288
BRENDAN IS BACK TODAY. 102
BURT HAS OPERATION TO SAVE HIS SIGHT. Page, Cara 320
BURT HAS OPERATION TO SAVE HIS SIGHT; Laser cure for actor. Page, Cara 411
Camilla joins her prince at Balmoral. Mclean, Grace 211
CARERS DISCUSSED RETURNING GIRL TO JUNKIE COUPLE; Talks before monkey case pair were jailed. 393
Cast of desert island diddies; Lonely life is a crazy plan for crazy people. Shields, Bob 1095
Chilling campaign to halt mobiles in cars. 192
Clubbers' guide to ...; the news. Young, Alison 704
Cocktail of the Week. 92
COSGROVE CHALLENGE. 790
CRICKET: READ HAS GLOVE RIVAL. Haynes, Frank 243
CRICKET: SCOTS SNUB PATTERSON. Tracey, Ted 258
Dead man's family back mobile drive. Griffiths, Stuart 202
DEWAR DODGES HEAD-TO-HEAD TV GAY DEBATE; NO CONTEST: Labour rule out challenge from bus boss. Alba, Carlos 594
DID NUCLEAR SUB SINK THE HARVESTER?; Families told of damage to fishing boat's hull. Smith, Anna 835
Doc puts mark of Zorro on mother. Key, Ivor 274
Donald dodges Souter TV challenge. Alba, Carlos 723
DOWN TO EARTH; A gardener's notebook. 234
Dozens flee flats in gas leak scare. Frew, Callum 253
English get hots for haggis. 82
Events. 300
Events; Fun days out for all the family. 292
FLY HALF PRICE TO AMERICA; Enjoy the trip of a lifetime to the other side of the Atlantic and save yourself a fortune. 553
FOODLIFE Get in for the quail. 902
FOOTBALL: Bankies need a win to stay sane. McCARTHY, DAVID 307
FOOTBALL: Bavidge all set to net new deal. McGREGOR, DEREK 183
FOOTBALL: Boyle is giving Diamonds fans an awful lot of pain; Merger talk is sore point in Lanarkshire. Cowan, Tam 1157
FOOTBALL: CALDWELL WAY CLEAR TO TAKE THE ELGIN JOB. 313
FOOTBALL: Cops on alert for death threat pair. Gardner, John 213
FOOTBALL: Diver can be our big Shott. 100
FOOTBALL: DIVISION 2; Terry lines up a nice Little bit of business. Orr, Ian 324
FOOTBALL: DIVISION 3; Berwick chase a signing hat-trick. Orr, Ian 302
FOOTBALL: Dow or never for me to bust my Ibrox jinx raps hot Don; SURPRISE GUY: HERO ANDY TIPS BIG SHOCK. McGREGOR, DEREK 861
FOOTBALL: Fair play to Bhoys. 136
FOOTBALL: GO TO HOULL; Reds boss will snub Ince offer of peace. Marshall, Alan 643
FOOTBALL: Gold plans UEFA league. 143
FOOTBALL: Home is where the heartache is as Saints try to stop the rot; IT'S TIME WE GAVE OUR FANS SOMETHING TO CHEER SAYS WEIR. Grahame, Ewing 906
FOOTBALL: I hate Ibrox Dow-ners. McGREGOR, DEREK 418
FOOTBALL: I want to lead Hearts back into Europe. Docherty, John 539
FOOTBALL: I'll aways be at my son's Beck and call. 278
FOOTBALL: I'LL DARREN WELL BURY MY JINX. 156
FOOTBALL: I'll make Stars shine. 211
FOOTBALL: I'M STAYING; Albertz will see out his Gers deal. McCARTHY, DAVID 797
FOOTBALL: IAN: GARY'S GOT IT EASY .. I HAD TO PUT UP WITH DEATH THREATS. Grahame, Ewing 625
FOOTBALL: Jan: I'll be the man to revive United hopes. McGREGOR, DEREK 541
FOOTBALL: Lazio land Rivaldo in pounds 36m deal. 205
FOOTBALL: MARK OF A CHAMP; Yardley up for title crunch. 634
FOOTBALL: MARK'S OUR BEST BHOY; Viduka ahead in MVP stakes. Jackson, Keith 1152
FOOTBALL: New boss loves Eyal. 144
FOOTBALL: New Port of call for Ted. 84
FOOTBALL: Pars told to start playing it for laughs. Duncan, Colin 315
FOOTBALL: Refs being bullied by Old Firm - Killie boss REFS BULLIED. Jackson, Keith 686
FOOTBALL: Spurs face pay hike to keep stars. 187
FOOTBALL: STRACH SWOOPS. 93
FOOTBALL: TUGAY DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION; Ibrox debut holds no fears but Gers ace is scared to take to the roads. Duncan, Colin 967
FOOTBALL: Viduka: We'll shut Amo up. Jackson, Keith 555
FOOTBALL: Vieira: I'm Keane as ever on a showdown. Gardner, John 230
FOOTBALL: Wenger's mind games. Marshall, Alan 297
FOOTBALL: WINTER WONDERLAND FOR TURK. Duncan, Colin 219
FURY OVER POSH HOTEL'S 'SNUB' TO SCOTS STAFF; Ad in English mag. Chamberlain, Gethin 310
Galloway is roasted over Toast. 128
Game is gone at flick of a finger. Houston, Simon 239
GARDENERS' Q&A. 172
Gays to blitz MSPs with e-mails over clause. 197
GOLF: Hutch feeling simply g-Rand. McGUIRE, BERNIE 455
GOLF: If I win the Open this year I will be there to defend it in 2001; MONTY SNIGGER AT TV QUIT CLAIM. Sinclair, Paul 660
Groom is left high and dry; LONDON'S BURNING, Sunday, ITV, 9.00pm. 421
GROUNDED RAF WOMAN TO WED; She'll marry officer who made her pregnant. Burns, Janice 318
Hard living has taken its toll on Stephanie. 148
Have-a-go hero told wife 'I'm sorry' on deathbed. 206
HOLIDAY ON US FOR FREE; SUMMER FUN: RELAX IN THE SUN. 346
HOMELIFE. 130
I'm quitting Labour, says Oasis pop tycoon. McEACHRAN, JOHN 176
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 278
It was no holds Bard; Tam waxes lyrical after venturing into Burns Country to sample the fare on offer at Alloway's Brig O'Doon House. Cowan, Tam 1202
It'll take you back; Rover's 200 has been to the shrink and now thinks it's a supermini - with a history. King, Conrad 600
It's a pressing time this week as we test for the best in garlic crushers. Wilson, Pam 559
It's all from another world; Sci-Five Weekend Ch 5, 8.05pm. 930
It's tough at the trough for comma chameleons; All Cisterns Go. 250
Jodie's salute to Nazi pin-up girl; Her films glorified the Third Reich - now it's Leni Riefenstahl's turn to be immortalised on celluloid. Hall, Allan 1440
Joker Vic enjoys rub of the green. Ewart, Lynne 390
JOLLY BACKERS HAVE FIELD DAY. Owen, Garry 299
Kate tells film feminists to stop asking for same pay as men. Fulton, Rick 258
KEEP THE CLAUSE PETITION. 99
Kelly Cooper Barr; She always has the first word ... Barr, Kelly Cooper 958
Kids are so rude to new man in my life; PROBLEM PAGE. Burnie, Joan 2121
KNIGHT STAR IS ALL HEART. 620
Led by the nose; Iona Macdonald and her father, Graham, dram it up at Edinburgh's Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre. 823
Let there be light; Still shaking off that '90s stress? Head for Casa in Glasgow, a temple of light which will make you feel human again. Patience, Jan 833
LIFE AT THE CUTTING EDGE. 162
Love was all around; JACK BRESHLYN was left gawping in amazement at the caged dancers at Eros and Elite in Edinburgh. Breshlyn, Jack 1183
Luvvy to see you. 370
Man dies as motor plunges in harbour. Moore, Ron 414
MARIAH FURY AS TWIN TAKES THE SPOTLIGHT; (And her ex-husband Tommy). Fulton, Rick 480
Me and my car; Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. 296
Minnelli came on to my Jonathan. Quinn, Thomas 247
MONEY: MONEY CALA ARE SAFE AS HOUSES. Calder, Colin 174
Monty tees up charity cash plea. 178
Movie motors; The Blues Brothers (1980). 192
MPs to call for Scottish funding rethink. Thompson, David 245
MR FIXIT; JACKPOT'S JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY. 1064
MSP's son arrested after school attack. 205
Murder under a full moon; The Mrs Bradley Mysteries BBC 1, 8.00pm. 901
Murdering Steve to get his just desserts. Spavin, Vicky 714
Must have; Nifty neckware. 198
Navy was warned of disaster in making. Smith, Anna 261
Never flirt with the flitting; House Moves From Hell ITV, 8.00pm. 997
New era is torrid for New Labour. 253
On the brew. Young, Gregor; Inglis, Ken 345
OPEN ACE PAUL SWAPS HIS CLUBS; He signs up as professional with exclusive new operation. Dow, Bob 485
OUR GUY GARY; The bigger the job, the bigger the challenge for expert Gary McIntyre. 340
OVER THE HILL AT 40; Hollywood punishes women for getting old says Stone. Paterson, Roz 646
Pain of air crash family. 84
PASSION THAT KILLED MY PILLOW TALK; Owner sues over mare's death. McCOLM, EUAN 313
PC fights for life as fire kills his kids. Alba, Carlos 348
PLANT OF THE WEEK: Primula petiolaris. 303
Playing the name game could Net you cash or a spy job. 448
POLICE LIFT LIAM; 'Reformed' rocker nicked in bust-up with photographer. Fulton, Rick 405
Pub loses licence over drunk death. 143
Pub music. 381
RACING RESULTS AND PRICES. 235
RAIDER GETS 22 LIFE SENTENCES. Frew, Callum 400
RAILWAY RAT RONNIE IS A MIRACLE MUM; FULL OF SURPRISES: RODENT IS A GIRL. Houston, Simon 373
READERS LETTERS : HEAR THE VOICE OF SCOTLAND MAKE THEM LISTEN TO US; READERS LETTERS Our readers give their verdict on the gay storm over Section 28. 2113
Readers letters: VOICE OF SCOTLAND; Nurses finally get their just rewards. 644
RECORD VIEW: MAKE THEM LISTEN TO US. 293
RED MOON RISING; Scots get fine view as eclipse marvel is revealed. McLEAN, JIM 232
Row over earl's housing plan. Mulford, Sarah 144
rugby: Rampant Reds clash and Caley; But Richie orders up even more. Duncan, Roddy 656
SHOWBIZ SAM. 587
SNOOKER: Parrott fashions England victory. Haynes, Frank 288
STORMIN' NORMAN; Bobby's taken for Grant-ed. Williams, Norman; Owen, Garry 717
Strike call backed by TV workers. 120
Syndicate boss 'kept our lottery jackpot'. 218
Take a break in beautiful Northumbria; offer/contest. 451
Take the Express. 137
Tearful farewell for tragic mother. Dow, Bob 258
TECHLIFE Big URLs, nice little earners .. Edited, Bob Low 819
TECHLIFE Q&A. 258
TECHLIFE TIPS Domain name trading. 208
TECHLIFE Wotsinaname.co.uk. 160
Television; CLOCKING OFF; Sunday, BBC1, 9.00pm. Spavin, Vicky 538
TENNIS: HENMAN GUNNING FOR A SHOT AT PISTOL PETE; Brit on target to take revenge. Tracey, Ted 514
The lives and times of a legend called Edmund - and his ever-present sidekick. 241
The return of family values; Panorama BBC 1, 10.00pm. 889
THERE'S A LOT MORE TO DIEGO THESE DAYS. Dowdney, Mark 163
THEY'RE BACKADDER; Film takes Blackadder and Baldrick to the 60s. Fulton, Rick 575
Trouble in store over evil empire; The Vice Monday, ITV, 9.00pm. 388
TURN OF THE CENTURY BRINGS HEADACHES FOR No10. 258
TV chef turns up the heat on hotel bosses. 208
Twisted prankster painted pet rabbit. Mulford, Sarah 208
Under a fiver wine rack. Walls, Trevor 240
UPDATE: UPDATE; Out of Focus McRae storm. 381
WAR OF WORDS: HOUNDED RUSSIANS 'WINNING'. 179
Watchdog bans heroin baby ad. 105
We're real tomb raiders; Tony and Colette's bedroom was a desert of style until Alexis Leech transformed it into an oasis of colour and warmth. Edited, Nan Ensor 1176
Weekend radio. 519
WHAT WAS OUR MAGIC MOMENT?; Win a trip to Sydney by choosing the No1 sports achievement. 1271
What'shot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 249
Whatever happened to; DEMPSEY AND MAKEPEACE 1985-86. 262
WHO SAYS FOXESDON'T SUFFER?; Hunting ladies pose in nude. Hardaker, Paul 410
Widow tells of killing. 124
Youths caged for sickening Christmas attack. 188

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