Time Out Magazine No 1327 1996 January 24-31 London Football Special Issue
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Time Out Magazine No 1327 1996 January 24-31 London Football Special IssueTime Out Magazine January 24-31 1996 No 1327
4 Arting about: Anna Chancellor has a brush with a painter. London Lines: Andrew Shields on our lost pitches. Dispatches: Andrew Dembina on Hong Kong 'porn'. Plus: Miranda Sawyer returns, plus scoops, snoops and top gossip from Sidelines. Edited by James Christopher.
10 This week's stories from around the capital, plus who's said what and regretted it, in Fast and Loose.
14 Football special Goooaaaaal! In five months, London will be in the grip of a football fever more severe than anything since the 1966 World Cup. Steve Grant finds out why, and kicks off our special issue with a look at the passion behind the players.
16 Football special The fame game A team of celebrities takes on a team of TO's very own degenerates. Laura Lee Davies witnesses a debacle.
18 Football special You're shit, arrgh! Bleary-eyed and bloated, Marble Hill FC embody the spirit of Sunday league footie. Andrew Mosby goes in hard.
20 Football special Emily Lloyd After 'Wish You Were Here', Emily Lloyd got a transfer to Hollywood, where she made a string of films that no one saw. Her new film, 'When Saturday Comes', is all about footie. But is it a career own-goal, asks Peter Paphides?
22 Football special Women with balls England's women's football team is more successful than the men's. Andrew Shields gets some coaching tips.
24 Football special Best foot forward With Euro '96 just around the corner flag, football expert Alex Fynn is in despair at the state of the national game.
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27 Sell Out Football guide How do London's 13 football clubs treat punters? With the help of a team of intrepid football virgins, Nigel Kendall rates each of them for comfort, value for money and, er, quality of terrace chants.
30 Shop talk Young designer Geeta Patel, a trip down Drummond Street and the best in football merchandise, plus all the latest special offers, sales and bargains.
35 International agenda Next week's highlights in the world's other cities.
37 Food Caroline Stacey checks out the capital's most lip-smacking eateries.
39 This Week Brian Case considers Jim Thompson (p46); Tom Charity meets Steven Soderbergh (p63); and Garry Mulholland gets a load of Eazy-E (p95). 39 Around Town/Visitors 42 Art 46 Books/Poetry 50 Children 51 Clubs 56 Comedy 61 Dance 63 Film 92 Gay 95 Music: Rock 110 Music: Places 112 Music: Classical/Opera 114 Politics 114 Sport/Mind & body 118 Student London 118 Theatre 129 Classifieds Ads to your life. 145 Time In Gossip, Aerial Views, Cinefile and all the week's highlights. 148 Day-by-day guide 182 Cable & Satellite 164 Video/Games/Techno 166 Radio 169 Offers Win a set of Philosophy Football shirts, match tickets, a chance to see Spike Lee's 'Clockers' and much more. 170 Last Word Letters and The Wimp. Box 11
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