Time Out Magazine No 1222 1991 Robin Williams Tim Roth Boo Radleys
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Time Out Magazine No 1222 1991 Robin Williams Tim Roth Boo RadleysTime Out MAGAZINE No 1222 1991 features
Tim Roth, p26. Boo Radleys, p16. Hotshots 4 Six pages of gossip, trends and highlights for the coming week. Featuring our man Ronson, our mole Sidelines, London lines and Dispatches. Edited by Andrew Tuck. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Kill Or Cure? 12 Dr Adrian Garfoot prescribes drugs to addicts. Does he help them or keep them hooked? Hannah Renier reports on the row over the treatment of heroin users. Out Of The Boo 16 The Boo Radleys made one of the best albums of 1993. For 1994, they want to become more like the Human League. Laura Lee Davies fears for their sanity — and their haircuts. Argy Bhaji 18 Director Gurinder Chadha's debut feature, Bhaji on the Beach', could offend both Western and Eastern sensibilities. Alkarim Jivani watches the cast and crew grapple with male strippers. Cover Story Calmer Chameleon 22 Fresh from 'Aladdin', Robin Williams brings his talents to bear on 'Mrs Doubtfire', his first film as producer and star. It's also his first film in a dress, as Alex McGregor finds out. Let Us Play 25 The ambulance chasers are on standby for `Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom', a rock musical about, gulp, corruption in the Catholic Church. James Christopher says don't write it off. Peeling Mr Orange 26 Actor Tim Roth made some `piss-awful' movies before 'Reservoir Dogs'. In his latest film, he stars with Bridget Fonda. Is south London's baddest son about to make good? Torn Charity finds out. Offers 161 Win tickets to the premiere of 'The Age of Innocence', see Eddie Izzard at the Albery, or go along and watch snooker's Stephen Hendry play with his balls. Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
News 29 Monsoon in alleged copying row.. Andrew Tuck reports. Smoke Screen 30 Cigarette companies are attemp-ting to get round advertising restrictions. Kylie O'Brien reports. Buys And Bargains 32 More sales than you can shake a stick at. Food 36 Caroline Stacey invites nominations for the Food Awards. International Agenda 40 What's on in Paris, Berlin, New York, Madrid...
Cover Design: Jeremy Leslie
Pick of the Week 141 TV gossip and our pick of the week's viewing. Aerial views 142 Broadcast news, plus TV sport, Cinefile, radio frequencies and all the week's network TV films at a glance.
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