Time Out Magazine No 1380 1997 January 29-February 5 Chris Morris Mel Gibson Ron Howard Stuart Lee
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Time Out Magazine No 1380 1997 January 29-February 5 Chris Morris Mel Gibson Ron Howard Stuart LeeTime Out MAGAZINE No 1382 1997 features Cheap London cover....Contents as follows.
January 29-February 5
4 Love plus one: Celebs do their bit for AIDS. Place your bets: The Premier League. Dispatches: Holidays in Cambodia. Plus: All-Terrain Pushchairs, Andrew Mosbybinges on chocolate, and Sidelines so close to the cutting edge of gossip that you might slice your feet off. Edited by Linton Chiswick.
10 Caravan of hate: Julian Kossoff reports on the forgotten gypsy victims of the Holocaust, and the Government's current campaign to destroy the gypsy way of life. Plus: Fast and Loose, and all the week's news.
14 `Starship Trooper' After the disappointment of 'Showgirls' , Paul Verhoeven's forthcoming sci-fi fandango, 'Starship Trooper', will be a return to more familiar territory. David Eimergets a sneak preview, and looks at the shape of things to come. 16 Suzanne Vega A four-year sabbatical behind her, Suzanne Vega has a new album out, 'Nine Objects Of Desire'. Ross Fortune samples loft living with New York's foremost bedsit bard. 18 Comedy special 'Seriously Funny' Howard Jacobson's new C4 series, 'Seriously Funny', looks at what makes us laugh and why. Comedian Stewart Lee dissects the art of his craft with him, and wonders why getting your penis out is 'intrinsically funny'. 20 Comedy special Chris Morris When anarchic comic Chris Morris's C4 show, 'Brass Eye', was banned last year, it caused a sensation. Now that it's finally been given the green light, Bruce Dessautalks to Morris about the importance of preserving his anonymity. 24 Mel Gibson and Ron Howard Nice-guy actor Mel and nicer-guy 'Apollo 13' director Ron have teamed up to make the hard-hitting kidnap thriller 'Ransom'. They cough up all their secrets to David Eimer.
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