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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (September 2, 2000)

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[0] Football: Lat relief for Scots; LATVIA U-21s 1 SCOTLAND U-21s 3. 503
1996: On the box; What's on. 280
A siege to die for; Assault On Precinct 13 BBC2, 9.55pm - 11.25pm. 145
Anger as pervert is freed; He's bailed by court. 237
Another council strike looms. 102
Athletics: Dudgeon relay has to reach a new mark. Mcleman, Neil 417
Back on the chain gang; Amistad Premier, 12.05am - 2.40am. 92
Barbra Streisand live in New York; 5 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS - DEPARTING SEPTEMBER 25, 2000 FROM pounds 1299 PER PERSON. 266
Behind enemy lines; Secret Agent Thursday, BBC2, 9.00pm. 134
Being scene. 105
BLAIR THE CRIMEBUSTER; PM vows new drug strategy will benefit the whole of society. Houston, Simon 729
Blair's drugs pledge. Houston, Simon 127
Bob Shields: UPFRONT ... AND OFF THE LEASH; I'll drink to a good old Rev-up Holy spirit or just plain Hennessey? Shields, Bob 842
Britt emotional as actress goes home. 125
Bubble and speak; BY GUM, IT'S GERI: POP BABE STOPS FOR A BITE. 188
Castrated by a pit bull. 87
CHEERS AS SLAP CASE MISS CLEARED; Relief that ordeal is over. 431
Cherie's dad lays into Tony over pensions. Thompson, David 366
City's big rise out of the blue. 82
CLASSIC cars; It was fast forward to the future. 233
Clinton dodges the flak. 92
Clubbers' guide to ... English, Paul 276
Cocktail of the Week. 105
College gets third degree; Despite its name, it's not all students downing pints of snakebite at this bar in Aberdeen - it just feels like it. Young, Alison 889
Crook's fast life ends in jail term. 182
CROOK'S LIFE IN THE FAST LANE; Car-mad accountant is jailed for five years. 278
Curvy Liz is tickled pink. 194
Dame Judi gets in the swing; Last Of The Blonde Bombshells Sunday, BBC1, 9.00pm. 245
Deadbeat - dead funny; The Big Lewbowski Cinema, 11.50pm - 1.50am. 99
Death crash pilot cleared. 82
Decade of disco and dance; I Love 1976 BBC2, 8.55pm. 342
DEWAR REVELS IN DEVOLUTION PRAISE. 258
Dipper's problem 'ignored'. 153
DJ'S SEX SHAME; He's jailed over schoolgirl 'dares' as wife walks free. 284
Docs are smooth operators. 90
Docs said I'd never live - but they were wrong; RECOVERING: NOW SHE WANTS TO HELP OTHERS Attack left Gabriella with 95per cent burns. Mulford, Sarah 546
DOG RACING: SALLY'S A GOOD 'UN. 124
Drama that's in rude health; Peak Practice ITV, 9.00pm. 420
Drunken Army bandsman played with the trumpeter in his sleep; Sex act tuba player cleared. Sharp, Marie 679
events. 313
events; Fun days out for all the family. 304
Feeling a bit broody then, Mrs Pitt? Fulton, Rick 186
FILM of the week; ELIZABETH Sunday, Ch4, 9.00pm. 81
FIRE DRILL HALTED CHECK ON CONCORDE RUNWAY; Why rogue bit of metal wasn't found. Dowdney, Mark 530
FOOD LIFE; Get a taste for the sharp end. Boyd, Angus 625
Football: After one minute I thought 'Oh f***' - I was lucky I got through 20 more; SAYS FERNANDO RICKSEN vows to get it right Gers flop. Jackson, Keith 1387
Football: Agathe counted out of debut against Hibs. Mccarthy, David 365
Football: Airdrie add to foreign legion; CHALLENGE CUP +CHALLENGE CUP +. Haggerty, Anthony 582
Football: ANDY CALLS THE AA TO CELEBRATE RECOVERY JOB; Reformed star wins new deal with Killie. Duncan, Colin 670
Football: ANDY TOD-DLES OFF. Mcleman, Neil 93
Football: AXEMAN KEEGAN; Owen dumped as Kev gets tough with his Euro flops. Marshall, Alan 848
Football: Bell's winner Cowboy finally hits the right note. Haggerty, Anthony 232
Football: BILLY'S MODEST TARGET; Dodds would never claim to be No.1 striker. Traynor, James 1205
Football: David is the McMahon for Bairns. 181
Football: Defender Dennis is back in the Raith; RAITH ROVERS v ROSS COUNTY. Haggerty, Anthony 230
Football: Didier will be on the fringes. 95
Football: Duo taking Diamonds to court. Grahame, Ewing 555
Football: FAIRWAY FAREWELL. 117
Football: GET IT RIGHT FIRST TIME; Brown's job on the line unless we get off to a flier. Traynor, James 952
Football: GIVE ME THE CHRIS OF LIFE; Al hopes to follow in Sutton footsteps. Mccarthy, David 1034
Football: GIVEN TAKE; Celtic want to grab Shay for the No.1 spot. Traynor, James 309
Football: I won't see a penny - Jeff. Mcleman, Neil 316
Football: JACK'S BACK TO PUT THE WIND UP BENBURB; Juniors. 395
Football: KIDS .. YOU CAN BE IN 7s HEAVEN. 278
Football: Lat relief for Scots; LATVIA U-21s 1 SCOTLAND U-21s 3. 522
Football: Paying top doll-ar to wind up Roy. Cowan, Tam 308
Football: Rafael still one of the Bhoys. Mccarthy, David 148
Football: Ricksen: I'm facing Gers axe. Jackson, Keith 308
Football: Sacked duo set to sue Diamonds. Grahame, Ewing 99
Football: SIX-GOAL HERO NICOL TOLD TO WORK HARDER. 673
Football: SPORTS HOTLINE: COLIN DUNCAN TAKES YOUR CALLS. 620
Football: TAM COWAN: PARENTAL GUIDANCE RECOMMENDED; Gers tore up the cheque..Eyal got a refund on his new crash helmet HARTSON BID WAS A SHOCKER. Cowan, Tam 1305
Football: Tangled web weaved to get Keane sent off. Gardner, John 354
Football: WIN A pair of tickets to a CIS Cup tie; A pair of tickets to a CIS Cup tie. 310
Football: WIN WITH YOUR DREAMTEAM; Three-way battle at the top. 1543
Football: YOU BETO I WOULD LIKE CARRANZA. Orr, Ian 384
Fox making a break for it; Actress Emilia Fox nearly married Vic Reeves last year, now she's put that romance behind her. Brown, Merle 1221
Galbraith is backed. 107
Gem set in concrete; The Asphalt Jungle TNT, 10.45pm - 1.00am. 90
Get a taste of the good life; Nigella Bites Ch4, 8.30pm. 381
Give us a bit of a break; Late deals have turned the Net into a bargain for holidays ... but is cheap online air travel just a just a flight of fancy? 2021
Golf: Edzell joy for Martin. 96
Golf: Huish has the patience to make it title hat-trick. Rankin, Dale 297
Golf: SAD COL LEFT CUT UP; YOUR TEE'S OUT: MONTGOMERIE HEADING HOME AFTER TIME PENALTY TAKES ITS TOLL. Mcgiure, Bernie 1183
Golf: Starlet O'Hara. 92
Goose gets a gander at crime time TV; WAKING THE DEAD Monday, Tuesday, BBC1, 9.30pm. Maccaskill, Julie 729
Heart of darkness; Apocalypse Now Ch4, 10.15pm - 1.05am. 150
Heaven knows it's so miserable now; Soap watch. Brown, Merle 762
Heinz beans now means greens. 222
Hen night blaze bride weds. 220
Here's your starter for 10...; University Challenge BBC2, 8.00pm. 348
Heroic cop quits over booze rage. 127
Highland track; Alison and Robert Harper took their children, Riona, three, and Ellie, one, on the Jacobite Steam Train from Fort William to Mallaig. 873
Hippo birthday to you. 105
Homeward bound; ET The Extra-Terrestrial BBC1, 6.20pm - 8.10pm. 247
HORSERACING: DANCER TO FLOOR 'EM. Owen, Garry 640
HORSERACING: HAYDOCK 'HOPEFUL'. Owen, Garry 310
HORSERACING: TIPPING CONTEST. 211
HORSERACING: WYER QUITS. 201
Husband killed on surprise trip home. 288
I'VE GOT pounds 200K FORLOST LOVER; Widower's quest. Mccartney, Brian 271
If I started crying for Di I'd never stop; Three years on, Frances Shand Kydd is still a focus for the world's grief ... but is finally coming to terms with her own. Ralston, Gary 1512
Indulge in naval gazing at this pub; What's in a name? 222
INNS & OUT; Who's opening and who's closing in the restaurant trade. Trew, Jonathan 240
It's all go on the Green; Stars mud for it at Glasgow festival. 353
It's good to talk for Parky; Parkinson BBC1, 9.30pm. 361
It's heaven for altar egos; Worshippers pack Trash, a former Glasgow church, to practice their R&B faith every weekend - but it is anything but a rubbish experience. Young, Alison 1105
It's time to make light of the bulbs for spring; Get moving now or your garden will be dull next year, warns JANET WHEATCROFT. Wheatcroft, Janet 2049
Jeff is 'nap happy; The Vanishing Ch5, 9.00pm - 11.00pm. 206
JUDI: I WANT CASTLE JUST LIKE BILLY'S; HIGHLAND DAMES: ACTRESS BIDS FOR TOWER HOUSE. Dow, Bob 357
Karola flies injured kitten 6000 miles to start new life. 156
Kelly Cooper Barr She always has the first word; 'We were 20 years younger, 20lb lighter and madly in love'. Barr, Kelly Cooper 788
Kevin shows he's a really good guy; STAR BIRTHDAY: KEVIN KENNEDY. Ewart, Lynne 154
KIDS EAT FREE AT BREWSTERS; A mouth-watering treat for the family. 301
LAY OFF SIAMESE TWINS' PARENTS; Winning plea to judge. Anderson, Deborah 256
Lives on the line; Stakeout BBC1, 10.50pm - 12.45am. 339
Long race to finish line; BLIND AMBITION Thursday, ITV, 9.00pm. Brown, Merle 692
LOOK WHO'S CALLING THE SHOTS ROD; Model Penny focuses on a new career. Fulton, Rick 917
Love on the run; One Fine Day ITV, 8.00pm - 10.00pm. 238
MARTI: I CRAVE HEROIN; PM LAUNCHES CRACKDOWN AS EX-WETS STAR TELLS OF DESPAIR. Richardson, Pete 409
MOMENT CRAIG GOT TO PLAY ON; Claire axed instead. 356
MONEY: BAD STATE OF UNION; Firm's loans alert. 202
Mousetrap for Paltrow; A Perfect Murder Premier, 10.15pm - 12.15am. 137
MR FIXIT; SCOTS WON'T LAT 'EM OFF HOOK. Jain, Pail 1817
MSPs WANT SHUTDOWN IN BANNED IMPLANTS PROBE. Moncur, James 204
My affair with cars started when I was six; Me and my car Tommy Clark. 330
Nathan's journey of truth; Anchor Me ITV, 9.00pm. 382
New bid for captured Brits. 96
Nothing to crow about; A Murder of Crows Premier, 10.00pm - 11.45pm. 137
Old pals act turns sour; Ride the High Country TNT, 11.15pm - 1.00am. 112
Orange and lemon aid; Nicola Graham has turned up the heat in her dreary kitchen with a tasty blend of spice, sunshine and a dash of citrus. Ensor, Nan 1224
Orchestra players on the fiddle. 102
otr .. OFF THE RECORD: I've come a long way; FAT BOY CAN'T BELIEVE HE'S PAL OF THE STARS. Fulton, Rick 289
otr .. OFF THE RECORD: Sinead: Nothing compares to him. 109
otr: OFF THE RECORD: Gym fixes it for star couple. 161
otr: OFF THE RECORD: Sporty says that the toe must go on. Fulton, Rick 134
OUR GUY GARY; The bigger the job, the bigger the challenge for expert Gary McIntyre. 256
PARROT'S HEART RENDING SONG OF FREEDOM; Bird flees after being taught football tunes. Richardson, Pete 339
Playing for high steaks; Tam found the meat hard to beat at Festival-free Edinburgh restaurant, the Buffalo Grill. Cowan, Tam 1140
pounds 250 A DRAM; WHAT A LOT: A 1948 MACALLAN IS STAR OF SALE Rare single malt up for auction. 260
Pub music. 380
Reality hits rural dream world; DRAMA of the week. 170
RECORD VIEW: Elder statesman. 190
RECORD VIEW: The scourge of Scotland; The scourge of Scotland. 227
Rugby: Kiwi Calvin wants a flier. Duncan, Roddy 550
Rugby: NO-LUCK NICOL CROCKED AGAIN; Skipper in fitness battle for Oz clash. Duncan, Roddy 716
SCOTS PUNTERS ODDS-ON WINNERS AT THE BOOKIES; We scoop most cash. Richardson, Pete 410
She's a class above; Dangerous Minds ITV, 9.30pm - 11.00pm. 197
SHOWBIZ SAM: The Man IN The Know. 571
Sleepwalking is a case for the defence. Chamberlain, Gethin 290
Sloping off to Canada; Margo Campbell got a taste of the high life during a trip to Vancouver in beautiful British Columbia. 1425
SNP race warned: Alex is Big Brother. Fairburn, Robert 274
SOAP of the week; CORONATION STREET, ITV Sunday, Monday, Wednesday Friday, 7.30pm. 108
Some things for the weekend. 315
SOUNDS OF THE WEEK. 177
Spinal fluid holds key to diagnosis. Mclean, Grace 243
Sports Update: Gutted Higgins crashes. 377
Sports Update: Howzat for real jackpot. 379
Stammer worker's speech nightmare. 155
Storm as teenage pervert is freed. 214
Style Challenge for Cher. 92
STYLE FILE. 100
Suits you madam; Forget all those Dynasty disasters, suits are a girl's best friend again thanks to some 'very Millennium' new designs. Brown, Merle 441
Surf 'n' shop. Brown, Merle 326
Tables turned on Tories over leak. Thompson, David 326
TENNIS: CED SMASHES GREG'S BOTTLE; Rusedski blows two-set lead again. Rankin, Dale 535
Tennis: IT CAN'T GET ANY WORSE FOR ANDRE; Sad Agassi hits rock bottom. Rankin, Dale 519
THE FIVE FACES OF A CRAZY STALKER; Stalking is one of the most sinister and fastest-growing crimes to blight our lives. Now scientists say they understand the sick minds behind it. 1036
the hardstuff. Young, Gregor 299
Tough-talking lawman has been in dock himself. 176
TRAIN-JUMP IMMIGRANTS BRING CHAOS TO CHUNNEL. Shaw, Adrian 359
Valeri's bloodless revolution; Secret History Ch4, 9.00pm. 367
Victoria doesn't look like a pop star, just my sick girl; SCARE: SUPERSTAR POSH TURNS TO HER MUM AFTER BEING DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN BUG MENINGITIS. Mclean, Grace 651
VIRUS HAS TAKEN OVER MY LIFE; CAROLINE'S STORY. 271
We firm up and test for the best anti-cellulite treatment. Wilson, Pam 507
Weather's been great ... honest. 81
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel gossip. 230
Win a superb break for two in Baltimore; contest. 356
wine rack. Walls, Trevor 220
Wizard of Oz; Cars on the couch. King, Conrad 652
WOGAN ROW BACKLASH. 155
Woman on Billie rap over death threats. 251
Worker charged over Oscars theft. 113
XMAS CRACKER; Street bosses plan festive wedding for lovelorn Curly. Roberts, Brian 257
YOUR LIFE: He won't say sorry for buying sauna sex; Scotland's best-loved agony aunt offers one reader advice and gives you the chance to share your own experience. Burnie, Joan 2153

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