Time Out Magazine No 1025 1990 London Football Apartheid Clive James
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Time Out Magazine No 1025 1990 London Football Apartheid Clive JamesTime Out MAGAZINE No 1025 1990 London Football, Apartheid, Lisa Stansfield, Clive James
April 11 - 18 TAYLOR MADE With the soccer season reaching a climax, London's clubs will soon have a long, hot summer to contemplate the post-Hillsborough Taylor report. Denis Campbell and Andrew Shields ask what they are going to do about it. SOUL SEARCHING In the week before her London dates Lisa Stanfield, she of the piratical kiss-curl. Easter bonnets and Dick Whittington boots, talks to Nick Coleman about how it feels to own the brassiest pair of lungs in the North. A WORLD APARTHEID For generations the Malan Family have fought for white supremacy in South Africa. Now black sheep Rian is turning rebel in a new book. 'My Traitor's Heart'. He tells Alexander McGregor why. DISH OF THE DAY BSB is pouring £1.3 billion into taking satellite television upmarket. Will their BBC values succeed where Sky's tabloid approach has failed? In the fortnight before the launch, Alkarim Jivani assesses their chances, and Kylie Sanderson looks at the problems in providing the receiving equipment. CLIVE WIRE Exhaustingly prolific, hideously well-paid, and now a big figure behind as well as in front of the camera, Clive James is the funny man everyone loves to hate. With the latest instalment of his autobiography out in June, he talks to Steve Grant about cystitis, Sinatra and Same, and how he'd hate to get slim. PLAY PEN As the Strangeways riot was brewing. Blundeston Prison was fighting porridge boredom with words. Playwright &WO Wilson attended the inmates' Edit Production of Timberlake Wertenbaker's convict play 'Our Country's Good'. CARTOON CHARACTER It's 11 years since Don Bluth left Disney to set up his own animation company. now based in Ireland. Dominic 1Vells spoke to him about his Easter movie. 'All Dogs Go To Heaven'. SELL OUT News: Andrew Tuck on a new look for Elephant & Castle; Fashion: Easter hat tricks; Travel: Andrew Tuck and Kylie Sanderson check into London's hippest small hotels; News: new shops and buylines; Food: Caroline Stacey reviews London's new restaurants.
Cover design: Gerry Sandford Photograph: Chris Ridley/courtesy of 'Saturday Night Clive
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