Time Out Magazine No 1224 1994 Daniel Day Lewis/IRA Jack Dee Mike Myers
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Time Out Magazine No 1224 1994 Daniel Day Lewis/IRA Jack Dee Mike MyersTime Out MAGAZINE No 1224 February 2-9 1994
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 Elaine Paterson. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Stinging The Blues 12 This week, the Police Complaints Authority will finally publish the findings of its inquiry into allegations of drug-related corruption at Stoke Newington police station. Julian Kossoff reports. Not Again 16 Wayne and Garth schwing back into action in `Wayne's World 2', a sensitive, probing journey to the core of man's psyche. Not! In the presence of Mike 'Wayne' Myers, Torn Charity is not worthy. Ad Enough 18 If comedian Jack Dee's got a widget, he's not going to talk about it. What he will talk about is Family, comedy, his new C4 series, and his natty line in sharp suits. Elaine Paterson is not bitter. Cover Story Rage Of Innocence 20 Lurching from repressed toff to oppressed IRA suspect in his latest screen roles, Daniel Day-Lewis is showing off his versatility and his new-found Irishness. Steve Grant meets him in Dublin. Flying Colours 25 Hot on the heels of 'Farewell My Concubine' comes another Chinese film made despite fierce opposition from the communist authorities. Tony Rayns tells the story of 'The Blue Kite'. Offers 161 Free film tickets; win a prize Valentine's Day package or grab yourself some free tickets to Dance World '94 or 'Anorak of Fire'. Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
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