WIN 50 PAIRS OF TICKETS FOR THE LOST WORLD: MEGA MIRROR.
This sequel to the hit movie Jurassic Park promises even more realistic dinosaurs and special effects.
The action starts four years after the disaster at Jurassic Park on an island where they secretly manufacture dinosaurs.
The terrifying prehistoric monsters are on the loose and two rival expeditions to the island are forced to unite for survival.
We're giving 50 lucky readers the chance to win a pair of vouchers to see The Lost World: Jurassic Park at their local UCI cinema plus a Jurassic Park video from CIC.
And thanks to our pals at KPMcVities, the winners will also bag a limited edition The Lost World: Jurassic Park Collectors' File. This includes a full set of Pop-a-Saurus cards and dinosaur toy from Hasbro. There are over 30 million Pop-a-Saurus pop-up dinosaur cards inside special Lost World: Jurassic Park packs of Hula Hoops, Skips and Mini Cheddars.
You can collect up to 36 different cards featuring movie-scapes from the film.
To enter our contest, just tell us the full name of the dinosaur known as T-Rex. Send answers on a postcard to Mega Mirror/The Lost World: Jurassic Park Comp, PO Box 218, Banbury, Oxon, OX16 9FS.
Reach for the sky
YOU could be one of the first people to try a fantastic new ride in our soaraway competition.
Skytrak - the world's first solocoaster - opens at Manchester's Granada Studios this summer. Visitors sit in a one-person flight pod and are propelled high above the ground - the G-force is like a jet taking off.
Mega Mirror has arranged to give one reader and three family members the chance to check it out.
You'll also attend a star-studded Skytrak launch party and visit sets of TV dramas filmed at Granada.
To enter, tell us the name of the ride. Is it a)Skytrain b)Skytrak c)Skytrooper? Answers on a postcard with name, address and phone number to Mega Mirror/Skytrak Comp, PO Box 42, Manchester, M12 6AY.
Prize includes: rail tickets, overnight stay in Manchester, gala launch and entry to Granada Studios for four people. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Check out this great chess prize
Schools from all over the country are taking part in this year's UK Chess Challenge, the finals of which will take place at London's Royal Festival Hall in July.
The Challenge is backed by grandmaster Garry Kasparov, above, who has created his own line of chess computers - and Mega Mirror has 10 to give away.
The Kasparov Talking Coach is worth pounds 59.99 and has been specially developed to give new players a step-by-step introduction to the game.
For your chance to win, tell us which country has produced the most chess masters. Is it a) Japan; b) Russia; c) Britain?
Answers on a postcard to Mega Mirror, Chess Comp, PO Box 4022, London E14 5BX.
The Monkees might be a bunch of wrinklies now but back in the Sixties their TV show got more viewers than Friends and The X Files put together.
The group, who reformed earlier this year, have sparked something of a revival. Their song, Steppin' Stone, was covered by Ant and Dec and Channel 4 are repeating their old shows on Sundays.
Courtesy of Warner Vision, Mega has five sets of six Monkees videos to give away. Each includes three fun-filled episodes from the TV series. To enter, just tell us the first name of each of the Monkees. Answers on a postcard to Mega Mirror, Monkees Comp, PO Box, 4024, London E14 5BZ.
PIRATES MAKE WAVES
Tune in to Wavelength, a new drama series about a group of kids on a local radio station.
The show revolves around James (Daniel Bennett) and Jacks (Kris Milnes), two drum'n' bass radio pirates sentenced to community service.
They're discovered cleaning up graffiti by a former DJ who recognises their talent and gives them a job at City Beat FM. The pair then set about changing the fortunes of a crusty old station.
Wavelength, Wednesdays, 4.40pm, CITV
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|Date:||Jun 21, 1997|
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