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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (June 10, 2000)

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[0] HORSERACING : HORSERACING. 178
[0] WILL'S COOL BRIT PICS; Row over photo that cost royal aide her job. Smith, Anna 949
14% OF SCOTS ARE FIBBERS; Either that or they really are supporting the England team in Euro 2000. Smith, Anna 2085
1973 On the box. 254
Allen deconstructed; Scene By Scene With Woody Allen Saturday, BBC2,11.20pm. 142
AMERICAN FOOTBALL : FIGHT FIRE WITH FIRE; Tom's gunning for revenge and the final word. Haggerty, Anthony 817
Another chance to get a Life; This Life BBC 2, 11.20pm. 509
Are numbers up for Mayo?; His lottery show may be a winner but Simon Mayo's radio days are numbered, says RICK FULTON. Fulton, Rick 662
BACK ANYONE BUT THE AULD ENEMY. 109
Blair 'out of touch' blasts Hague. Thompson, David 227
BOB SHIELDS; BLUE RINSES GIVE BLAIR THE NEEDLE. Shields, Bob 823
BOB TAKES THE HIGH ROAD; A MOUNTAIN TO CLIMB: THE RECORD'S MAN SETS OUT ON A 100-MILE TREK TO RECLAIM OUR MOST MAJESTIC PEAK. Shields, Bob 1198
BOXING: 60,000 at Hampden is the only drug Mike will need; KNOCK OUT: TYSON CAN'T WAIT TO WOW LEGION OF SCOTS FANS. Grahame, Ewing 885
BOXING: REID HUNGER CAN PUT WIN ON THE MENU. 230
Builders used to lift my car from tight spots; Me and my car. Gray, Sally 290
BUST CLUB KING SELLS HOME TO PAY OFF TAXMAN; He's barred as director. Mathieson, Jack 563
Byers sells euro as key to UK's future. Record 167
Carter's close to the edge; ER Ch 4, 9.00pm. 376
Cecil's Divine touch. 335
Charles in fury as top aide quits over copyright botch-up. Record 842
CHURCH KICKS OFF MODERNISATION. 117
CLASSIC cars Morris Minor (19??); Minor feat of engineering. 216
Clubbers' guide to ... Brown, Merle 673
Cocktail of the Week. 100
Coming off drug could be risky. Mclean, Grace 162
Contest; Win a trip to see Britney live in Paris. 482
CRICKET: Hansie rocked by new claims. 176
DON'T POTTER WITH HARRY. Chamberlain, Gethin 230
Double death shock for school. Dow, Ian 268
DOWN TO EARTH: A gardener's notebook. 259
DRAMA of the week; LONDON'S BURNING Sunday, ITV, 9.00pm; Plane old-fashioned drama. 152
DRUNKEN GUARDS MISSED ALARM; Nightshift booze-up. Mccolm, Euan 349
Dunblane suicide bid boy's fightback. Record 250
Eating class heroes; Staying true to his roots, as ever, our food critic puts on a posh voice and heads to Glasgow's One Devonshire Gardens. Cowan, Tam 1697
Emma's class act. 222
Enough to drive you potty; Dress up your garden with a riot of colour in containers. Wheatcroft, Janet 881
Events. 333
Events; Fun days out for all the family. 323
Facing up to a make-up free world; Can You Live Without...? Tuesday, Ch4, 8.30pm. 257
Fagin fears of kids' law move. 123
Fallon sits out big race. 138
FASCISTS WILL FREE ME SAID NAZI NAILBOMBER. Shaw, Adrian 303
FILM of the week; THELMA AND LOUISE Sunday, Ch4, 10.00pm. 201
Flying the flag in a world of fashion .. Paterson, Roz 251
FOODLIFE: Pudding on a tour de force; It's a big favourite in fish and chips across the country, but if you strip the batter off black pudding, you can enjoy it in the same way as our continental cousins. Boyd, Angus 697
FOOTBALL : ARSENAL EYE THURAM. 224
FOOTBALL : BELGIANS HAVE GOT THE LUC. Fixit, Mr 466
FOOTBALL : BET 2000.CO.UK. 153
FOOTBALL : Clean up if English do badly. Fixit, Mr 195
FOOTBALL : DREAM TEAM FINAL TABLES; David clinches pounds 10,000 jackpot. 233
FOOTBALL : FERGIE TARGETS JULEN. 192
FOOTBALL : Stretch your mind. Fixit, Mr 237
FOOTBALL : What price Elgin marvels. 238
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: BATTEN DOWN THE HATCHES; Sleepy Belgians aren't prepared for an invasion. Traynor, James 1268
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: Figo wants to be winner like Becks. 222
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: Holland star Bergkamp's two years of hurt are over. 236
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: I won't be Dane till I nick Ravelli's record. 424
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: Larsson out to get Swedes off to a flier. 285
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: SHEAR CLASS WILL WIN; Hateley tips striker Al to be Euro star. Campbell, Iain 1252
FOOTBALL EURO 2000: Tally woe as Zola says he's too tired. 369
FOOTBALL: Bagan's off to a Caley. 104
FOOTBALL: Clyde raid on Morton. 91
FOOTBALL: DONS WANT NEIL TRIBUTE. Gardner, John 313
FOOTBALL: I can measure up to a dream move. Marshall, Alan 274
FOOTBALL: I would love it if Kevin's lions reached Euro final; JUST SO THEY CAN LOSE OUT TO GERMANY. Cowan, Tam 1155
FOOTBALL: Ivano buy Cannigia. Mccabe, Alan 130
FOOTBALL: Livvy deal in lotto Jim. Duncan, Colin 124
FOOTBALL: MAKE ME STAY OR CASH ME IN; Holt's plea to Killie. Duncan, Colin 589
FOOTBALL: McKINLAY AMONG THE DEADWOOD AT EWOOD. 220
FOOTBALL: New boys for juniors. 81
FOOTBALL: Pat takes a Strong hold. 113
FOOTBALL: SELLING THE JERSEYS; Star catcher Murray tops the hardest league of all. Mccarthy, David 1008
FOOTBALL: Taylor's job as Foxes plan life after O'Neill. Marshall, Alan 221
FOOTBALL: VILLA'S 4.5 MILLION pounds BID FOR STUBBS; Gregory is back in the hunt for stopper Al. 304
FOOTBALL: Whistlers on the move up. 108
FOOTBALL: World Cup for Scots? - you must be joking. Duncan, Colin 301
FREE COMEDY VIDEO For every reader; And enjoy some of the BBC's classics at a comically low price. 552
GARDENERS' Q&A. 317
Girl, 13, says she is living in fear. Martin, Stephen 420
Glory unto vod at bar which is just capital ...; What's in a name? 223
Going la la at Po; If a club night called Last Night A DJ Stole My Wife sounds too inane for you, give Saturday night at Edinburgh's Po Na Na a bodyswerve. If not, go for a cheesey laugh. Virtue, Graeme 1156
GOLF: Irish disaster for Dale. 95
GOLF: Lawrie out of US Open. 92
GOLF: Martin's the Master. 88
GOLF: SCOTS DUO ARE WASHED AWAY. 283
GOLF: WOOSIE FEELS RIGHT AT HOME. Rankin, Dale 562
Govan yard's second bite at ferry order; MoD reopens bidding battle. Thompson, David 455
GREYHOUND RACING : NO BLACK NUMBER. 163
Gun cops fooled by death row fantasist. Record 322
Gun cops fooled by ex-Death Row man. 211
Hair we go again. 341
Hard stuff. Young, Gregor 336
Hauer's novel twist. 392
HEIGHT OF TRASHION; Bin man loves doing his rounds in wacky hats. Gall, Charlie 357
HOMELIFE: Craig's sky at night. 1136
HOMELIFE: OUR GUY GARY; DIY expert Gary McIntyre certainly has the hang of hiding unsightly clutter with curtains or blinds. 349
Honoured to escape from court. 117
HOPE AT LAST FOR BABY IN ORGAN DONOR CRISIS; Tiana is youngest Scot to get liver transplant. Mclean, Grace 515
HORSERACING : HORSERACING. 189
HORSERACING : STEP UP FOR RIGHT WING. 158
HORSERACING: SCOTLAND'S TOP DOG GUIDE RESULTS. 119
HOW POSTIES AND PAINTERS TOOK ACTION OVER WORK; STRIKE TWO. 118
How she fell at the first major hurdle. 217
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 247
Is Scotland strike happy?; LOST DAYS: We have most walkouts among UK workers. Mackenna, Ron 606
It's a close shave we're after this week as we put; women's razors through their paces. Wilson, Pam 563
IT'S LIZ CURLEY. Dingwall, John 140
JOAN BURNIE YOUR PROBLEMS. Burnie, Joan 552
JOAN BURNIE:Is being gay just a phase for her son? Burnie, Joan 1632
Just wild about it; Alan Stewart took his wife Meg, and their son, Andrew, four, for a day out at Blair Drummond Safari Park, near Stirling. 787
Justice and a quick buck; Chambers BBC 1, 10.00pm. 855
Kelly Cooper Barr She always has the first word ...; `If you girls out there feel unloved or unattractive, go straight to Cyprus'. Barr, Kelly Cooper 655
Lindsey and Shelley have a bit of a snog. Brown, Merle 742
Loo hell gran in cash wait. 88
Mad for top hats; With the wedding season just a hair's breadth away, the mission to get ahead in the hat stakes is foremost in many minds. Brown, Merle 758
Model mum Cindy saves son from scalding. 147
Money: Money pounds 10m HOLE IN FIRM'S ACCOUNTS. Calder, Colin 208
MOTOR RALLY: Col sits top of the Acropolis. 167
Murder quiz man on smuggle rap. Record 112
My little girls have lost best daddy in the world; FAMILY IN TEARS: Widow's plea for help to catch assassin who killed diplomat. Dowdney, Mark 534
Net closes in on love for Cheeko. Record 250
On the ball for Euro footy fest; Match Of The Day BBC 1, 11.10pm. 762
OTR : Westlife flying without Ronan. Fulton, Rick 274
OTR..: I want to be Rod's next blonde babe. 123
OTR..: Not such a Jolie time for Jay. 80
OTR..: Scots gigs for rockers Radiohead. 119
OTR..: Son's fear for George. 130
Out with the old; Dip into Aberdeen's Neo and you'll find a few oil men with regulation jeans and sports jacket. Just don't cross them at the bar ... Patience, Jan 1024
Patsy's in with a shout; EastEnders' ex-scream queen Patsy Palmer is really a pussycat who is high on life, says TIM RANDALL; McCREADY AND DAUGHTER; Thursday, BBC1, 8.00pm. Randall, Tim 1014
PIPALONG CAN BOUNCE BACK. 235
PLANT OF THE WEEK: ORIENTAL POPPIES. 308
pounds 150M RIDING ON THE RESULT. 131
pounds 35m secret of the little old ladies next door; SWEET CHARITY: MODEST SPINSTERS WERE SITTING ON HIDDEN FORTUNE. Record 449
Pub music. 387
READERS HOLIDAY OFFER: SUMMER IN PARIS; Savour the atmosphere of the romantic capital of the world. 728
RECORD VIEW 1966 and all that. 90
RECORD VIEW Count him out. 204
RECORD VIEW: All eyes are on William. 232
Religion with a bit of venom; Ruby's American Pie BBC 1, 10.00pm. 901
Renee just can't walk away; Bad Girls ITV, 9.00pm. 427
RUGBY: Nicol misery as Scots are left All Black and blue; FADE TO GREY: CROCKED SKIPPER ANDY FACES TEST SWEAT AFTER FLOPS ARE GIVEN A HAMMERING. Duncan, Roddy 867
Sailors don't rate the Beeb. Record 123
Shanghai surprise; Harry and Felicity Warnock found a country of clashing cultures - and inquisitive locals - during an eye-opening trip to China. Bowett, Natascha 1172
Sheena gives her kidney to save son. Record 186
SHOWBIZ SAM. 566
Showing signs of improvement. 103
Slow death needles killer. 94
Some things for the weekend; Lips will Benetint. 334
SON'S TRAGEDY PAYOUT; Jamie wins pounds 363,000 from mum's death driver. Mcilwraith, Gordon 382
SPORT UPDATE: ANYTHING YOU KHAN DO PETE CAN DO BETTER; UPDATE. 363
SPORTS UPDATE: SPORTS UPDATE; EARLY BIRD PUTS GAME IN JEOPARDY. 357
SPORTS UPDATE: UPDATE; EARLY BIRD PUTS GAME IN JEOPARDY. 360
Stalker doctor quizzed by GMC. Mathieson, Jack 278
STYLE FILE: STYLE FILE. 100
Summer of love can light up Liz. Astrologer, Lynne Ewart 133
Surf 'n' shop. Bowett, Natascha 274
Tears of clown prince Gazza; England v Germany The First 100 Years ITV, 10.00pm. 952
Techlife: Chic to dress as a geek; Bras that chase off muggers. Bracelets that do the shopping. Shades that let you surf. The world of cyber couture is here. 862
Techlife: Get yourself sited with us; Super cyberspace offer. 245
Techlife: TECHLIFE Q&A. 258
Techlife: TECHLIFE TIPS on cyber couture. 200
TENNIS: MAGNUS: I'LL BLAST SNIPERS. Haynes, Frank 275
Tesco's plan for Internet cafes. 136
The Auld Enemy will be a friend. 195
The car's the star; The Driver Ch5, 9.00pm - 10.40pm. 379
The farm favourite; Subaru's Justy is just as popular with the country set as it is with giants of the our mountain climbing world. King, Conrad 689
TIPPING CHALLENGE. 216
TOAST DERBY WITH SAKHEE; Treble is on for Dunlop. Owen, Garry 628
TOO BROKE TO PAY MY $10,000 TIP; FLASH, BUT NO CASH: English chancer lets down bar girl. Lines, Andy 409
Tyson needs pills to control violence; EXCLUSIVE. Houston, Simon 879
WEEKEND LIFE: Prince among men?; He's been cosseted all his young life - now Wills has to cope with a world beyond the gilded cage. Burnie, Joan 1535
Weekend Radio. 468
WHAT KILLED 54G LOLO?; INNER TURMOIL: SHE WAS THE LARGER-THAN-LIFE GIRL WHOSE SUICIDE BAFFLED POLICE AND SHOCKED FANS. Brown, Annie 1140
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 244
Whisky thief steals rare pounds 4000 bottle. Record 218
Will she always be Daddy's girl?; She's a respected actress, a successful singer and is stunningly beautiful. But all anyone ever wants to talk to Jennifer Lopez about is her rapper boyfriend ... Fulton, Rick 1331
WILL'S COOL BRIT PICS; Row over photo that cost royal aide her job. Smith, Anna 975
Wine Rack. Walls, Trevor 246
YOU CAN BE A DALEK TATTOO; SCARY: SCI-FI FAN'S MONSTER COLLECTION. Record 288
YOU CAN'T BEAT THIS; says Derby legend Lester Piggott. Brown, Gordon 885
YOU'RE AN OUTCAST NOW; Penniless, friendless, homeless - Anderson is the most reviled man in Scotland. Mccartney, Brian 1199

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