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Articles from Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland) (September 21, 2002)

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192: Blur blast at Fatboy Slim. 82
192: GOSSIP DIRECTORY. 439
192: OUR FAME WILL LIVE FOREVER; Scots Academy boss Richard's vow for new talent show. 493
192: Skirt is high - but she's holdin' on .. 112
192: Song gaffe for Popstars wannabe. 201
4 free goes on the Lotto; Your chance to win a share of tonight's Lotto jackpot. 349
A life of promise cruelly cut short. 231
ALIVE AND KICKING; UEFA team say Scots-Irish 2008 bid is looking good. 455
All that Yoni ever wanted to do was care for and help people; MICHAEL ANTICK, YONI'S FRIEND. 970
An Oasis of tranquillity; Fancy taking up fencing? Or maybe you just want some peace and quiet. Oasis is whatever you want it to be, says GRAHAM ORR. 1052
Ann's slim chance; Celebrity Fit Club ITV, 8.30pm. 510
Annie Brown. 971
At home with cool sounds and hip DJs; Club: Homeless. 679
AT LAST THEY CAN MOURN; Milly's parents grieve as body is identified. 553
Battle of the birdies; WE TAKE A LOOK AT THE LADIES BEHIND THE STARS OF THE RYDER CUP AND SEE HOW THE TEAMS COMPARE IN LOOKS AND STYLE; EUROPE 17 USA 16. 715
Beckham: The brand; AS THE BOY DAVID KICKS OFF HIS RANGE OF KIDS' CLOTHES IN M&S, HE STANDS TO NET ANOTHER FORTUNE. 451
Becks' foot is lucky break for uni. 206
Blunkett gets a real Scots ear-bashing. 185
Bob Shields; CHIVALRY R.I.P That ain't no way to treat a lady - it's far too naff, apparently. 977
Bombs wreck Arafat's base. 110
Bosses in hot water over river acid leak; EXCLUSIVE. 114
Branding Beckham; His skill has brought him fame and glory but his name is now worth much more. 93
BULLIES' TOMBOY TAUNTS MADE ME SUICIDAL; BY CELEB SURVIVOR RHONA. 640
BUYER'S GUIDE SKATEBOARDS. 242
Cause for concern; Monarch Of The Glen BBC1, 8.00pm. 593
Celebrity profile. 303
Cool customers; Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals BBC1, 8.00pm. 599
DARK SECRETS OF ANGELIC JESSICA; TV superwoman Jessica Alba is really a bit of a weakling, says NEIL BONNER. 799
Dog Racing: Quick as a Flash. 122
Emma's dad: I read every word. 239
Events. 210
Firm fined pounds 2000 for dead pigs scandal. 141
Flying high on a boat trip in the sky; Trish McGuinness took her kids Ailis, six, and Caitlin, five, as well as her mum, Mary, to the Falkirk Wheel. 553
FOOTBALL: A THINKING MAN'S GAME Duffy relies on brain power to beat Celts again; DUNDEE v CELTIC. 948
Football: A THINKING MAN'S GAME; Duffy's head start. 768
Football: Airdrie sneak Vareille in the back window; DIVISION TWO. 317
Football: Camara gets his chance to click with Ian; DIVISION THREE. 324
FOOTBALL: CELTS BIG BREAK; Euro romp gives O'Neill's men Old Firm edge. 561
Football: CELTS BIG BREAK; Euro romp gives O'Neill's men Old Firm edge. 415
Football: CELTS CAN PUT THEIR FEET UP; Euro rampage gives champs Old Firm edge. 982
Football: Chasing is foreign to Duff's men. 476
Football: Crawford chasing another glory Hurl; AYRSHIRE. 363
Football: DANNY ANNOYED CRAZY GIFTS ARE PROVING SO COSTLY TO UNITED. 393
FOOTBALL: FERGIE WARY OF OLD TEDDY; Return Spurs on Sheringham. 348
Football: I hope mum and dad looked down from heaven and saw my first goal. 836
Football: I inherited a set of players who had their own private agendas - they are no longer at the club; LEVEIN'S BRAVE NEW HEARTS STAY HUNGRY. 1037
Football: I MADE A MAS OF THAT; Lovell holds up his hands and takes the blame for Livi's Euro horror show. 631
Football: I'm glad move to Sunderland collapsed - now I'll give Gers my very best shot SAYS MICHAEL MOLS. 841
Football: Ibrox star in the dock over elbow. 138
Football: Keane to fight FA's charges. 180
Football: Livi jump in to help Cleland fight back to fitness. 444
Football: Michael knows he has to make up for lost time. 440
Football: MINOR SOCCER. 444
Football: Muscat in the dock over Livi challenge. 138
Football: Playing at Ibrox is our gift to fans who suffered. 299
FOOTBALL: Reid: Monkey magic can save our season. 317
Football: Ritchie signs for Pompey. 84
Football: ROSS: WE'RE READY TO ROCK BROCKVILLE; Clyde skipper out to stun Falkirk boo boys. 800
Football: Saints star will drop the old pals act. 311
Football: Sports Hotline: Henrik's fans are having the Lars laugh. 620
Football: Stormin' Orman is ready to fight back. 244
Football: Tam Cowan; Dick's worst buy? It's got to be those tan brogues. 1250
Football: Thompson takes over in historic United deal. 309
Football: WELL, THAT'S HOW TO DO IT. 636
Football: WIN CIS Cup tickets. 277
Football: WISE UP AND GET OUT; Advocaat: If Martin O'Neill is really clever he will leave Celtic Park. 331
Football: YOUNG, GIFTED AND BACK. 486
FOOTBALL: Zola insists Jimmy's just the man to sink Vikings. 414
Football: Zola insists Jimmy's just the man to sink Vikings. 414
FOR THE LOVE OF HARRY; Pregnant JK Rowling's boy wizard has made her millions - but he's also caused a court battle and made her the victim of a stalker. 1050
FREE 80s CD; 18 tracks which will take you back in time. 142
Freebie Jeebies; Stock up your beauty cabinet with some of the best deals around. 184
Going on a roll; TOP SCOTS CHEF ANGUS BOYD IS ALREADY DREAMING OF A TURKEY OR TWO THIS CHRISTMAS. 695
Golf: Denis is menace to rivals. 227
Golf: IT'S BERN AGAIN MONTY; Buoyant Colin to team up with Langer as Euro stars get it tough. 1119
Golf: McKay on level as US battle back. 273
Golf: Scott is a Chart topper. 202
Hanging on the telephone; Sun god of the antiques world David Dickinson tells JULIE MacCASKILL all about his life as a student icon. 688
Here's to the kind hearts; SAVE OUR IDS FOR EMMA: ROLL OF HONOUR. 182
Highlights: the week ahead. 828
Horse Racing. 106
Horse Racing. 104
Horse Racing: `Duke' does a runner as betting scam leaves trail of debt; Phoney boss talks to the Daily Record. 938
Horse Racing: 10 chances to be rich. 196
Horse Racing: Ayr Lynch mob take the silver; Fergal bids for double. 570
Horse Racing: Don't reach for the Rennies. 332
Horse Racing: HIGH ZARATE; How Livingston fans turned a 5-2 loss into a 5-2 win bonus thanks to Rolando. 1166
Horse Racing: Hoofprints; GALLOPING BACK IN TIME. 593
Horse Racing: Last chance to be top tipster. 190
Horse Racing: MEETINGS STILL TO COME THIS MONTH. 144
Horse Racing: NO BIAS IN THE BIG RACE DRAW. 141
Horse Racing: One Hal of an each-way bet; GAMBLER'S DIARY: Monday was an absolute nightmare - I did everything wrong. 984
Horse Racing: pounds 1000 CORAL BETS CONTEST. 253
Horse Racing: pounds 300 prize goes south. 224
Horse Racing: pounds 500 paddypower.com. 277
Horse Racing: Spearing can land prize to Cro over; THIS FAST LADY HAS SIX APPEAL. 1022
Horse Racing: Spread betting; Makems can go to Toon. 312
Horse Racing: THE COSGROVE CHALLENGE; STANLEY. 188
Horse Racing: Where are they now?; Richard Hutchinson. 405
It's sheer murder for single parent Chris; Daddy's Girl Monday, ITV, 9.00pm. 272
Junior Football: Gelly hard job for Hardie at Albert; FIFE/TAY. 159
Junior Football: McGrillen wants to get up to his old tricks again; CENTRAL. 418
Junior Football: PATTER IS GREAT AT FAULDHOUSE; EAST. 131
Lara's in the dock; Casualty BBC1, 8.15pm. 505
LET US HELP YOU; Teenagers who know the pain of bullying plan to show others an escape from their despair. 684
Monarch of the gigglin'. 96
Moyles better for laughs; Live With Chris Moyles Weekdays, Ch5, 7.00pm. 178
Nice to see you, to see you, nice; After 43 years of blindness, Mike May is delighted he can see again. But not everyone who undergoes a corneal transplant is so happy to get their sight back, reports PAUL ENGLISH. 1051
No let off for thief 2nd time. 137
No poussin about with tiny portions; Eating out: Bistro Du Sud; Huge platefuls of baby chickens were the order of the day for Tam and his pals at this Glasgow restaurant with the bizarre decor. 1078
ORANGEMEN BAN TERROR GANG FLAGS AT MARCHES; Order's tough line on paramilitaries. 335
Pain Lisa turns to Sonia for comfort; Soap watch. 672
PLANE SAILING; Flight of fancy as boffins dream up perfect paper dart. 227
pounds 100,000 SUPER BINGO. 120
Pub: Avoca. 518
QUIT SCOTLAND TO GET AHEAD; Fury at TV chief's claim. 340
RECORD VIEW; Stepping up war on drugs. 483
RUGBY: Brave Borders get the order of boot from Neil; PONTYPRIDD 28 BORDERS 27. 164
RUGBY: Hot Warriors Bull-doze into the last eight; GLASGOW 47 BRIDGEND 11. 410
Rugby: Injury to di Rollo a blow for Gunners and Scots. 172
RUGBY: KO blow for di Rollo. 95
Rugby: Loss to Hawks still preys on Lineen's mind. 459
SAVE OVER pounds 80 At Blackpool & Southport; Just cut out these super summer savers. 133
Shame game fans are fined. 220
Shamed telly star dropped by ITV. 173
SHOWBIZ SAM THE MAN IN THE KNOW. 759
Snooker: Lee looks to pot a double. 102
Soap gossip... 396
Sport Update: An Italian job not well done for Colin. 337
SPORTS UPDATE: Tim must shoulder on after Lee loss. 359
STARK, STARING MAD FOR CHRIS; Christopher Eccleston has cornered the market in tortured soul roles. Just don't get him started on the cult of celebrity actors. 1143
Stars; STAR BIRTHDAY: Anne Robinson. 144
Steve's clubbing it; Coupling BBC2, 9.30pm. 571
Steve's just surreal. 559
Television; Duncan set for soap and glory Duncan Duff stars in a saga which aims to give Corrie a run for its money, reports JULIE MacCASKILL. 1029
Tennis: Tim must shoulder on after Lee loss; UPDATE. 359
Terry cheques out; Holby City BBC1, 8.30pm. 535
The guest slot; Well-known Scots businessman John Boyle, of the Hamilton Portfolio. 759
The label will score with youngsters. 394
TILL DRESS DO US PART; Couple switch outfits for silver anniversary bash. 504
TIME TO CALL IN DINO-ROD; T Rex model gives museum movers monster headache. 358
TRACY: I'M QUITTING CORRIE; Star set to leave the Street after cash row. 340
Transatlantic career is no pleasure Cruz. 125
Trapped worker dies in horror accident. 176
Union boss in `blether' Blunkett attack. 186
UNTOUCHABLES HEADING TO SCOTLAND; US narcotics experts fly in for drug summit. 534
WASEEM THE BBC'S MONEYMAN; All work and no pay at the end of it is a reality. 947
WE'RE HAVING NUN OF IT; `Missionary' claims nuclear war is on way and next Pope will be Satanist; Catholic Church warns public to steer clear of mystery Sister Ruth. 584
What's hot; Ready for take off? We've got all the latest travel news. 191
WHERE ARE THE NOW?; Jimmy Chisholm. 460
Wills joins war on deadly solvents. 341
Workers in DNA test over file riddle. 106
YES MINISTER ON THE BUSES; Transport chief was conductor. 344
YONI TEARS; Hundreds weep as Scottish suicide bomb victim buried. 136
You have had a wee glimpse of other side; It was very special to see `the light' at the end of the tunnel and meet your late mother. 1068
You know you want them inspector gadget; CHRIS GORMAN, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN OF THE GADGET SHOP, REVIEWS MUST- HAVE GIZMOS. 513

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