Scotland’s Premier Indian Restaurant
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5 HAMILTON PLACE, STOCKBRIDCE, EDINBURGH EH3 SBA 7Heplmne: ()3 I ~33"! 3444
Open Seven Days
17 DALRY ROAD, EDINBURGH Tel: 031-337 5828
AT THE ROYAL LYCEUM THEATRE
Cale — Licensed Restaurant Gritdlay Street Ed'rburm EH3 SAX OUTSIDE CATERING 228 2068 RESTAURANT — 229 8553
Hours of Opening Monday — Saturday If am — II pm
L'Aperitif is situated between the Lyceum and the Usher Hall only minutes from the West End.
Open from If am for coffee and croissants, serving light lunches, afternoon tea and scones through to delicious dinners, last orders 11 pm. : L'Aperitif can also provide a private catering service for let Birthday Party, 4 Wedding Receptions, Office Party, Boardroom Catering or Private Party. Ask ; for our catering price list.
OUR CHRISTMAS MENUS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PARTY BOOKINGS FROM 15th DECEMBER — iOth JANUARY
22 List 17 — 30 October
FRIDAY 17 '
o A Week in Politics ((‘4) 8. lS—9pm. Nick Ross is the new presenter. replacing Peter Jay. who is now with Mirror Group Newspapers. Other new faces and a new set. but much the same formula.
0 Scottish Questions (Scottish) 10.30—1 1 . 15pm. Colin MacKay presents the companion programme to Scottish Assembly (See Feature). Again a studio audience have a chance to put the questions.
SATURDAY 18 I
0 From East to West (BBC 2) 8.25pm. First of a series which looks. with the help ofSimon Rattle and the (‘ity of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. at the influence ofthe East on European music. Rattle looks set to be the latest intellectual‘s pin-up.
o The Year of Living Dangerously (BBC 1)‘).~l(l—l 1.30pm. Magnificent
‘CITY LIGHTS’ V . y '
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(BBCt Tue 21 Oct, 8pm)
BBC Scotland’s Comedy Unit continue their current high with the second episode of ‘City Lights’, the tale of struggling writer Willie Melvin (Gerard Kelly). The creation of Glasgow writer Bob Black itis BBC Scotland's first foray into situation comedy since ‘The Vital Spark’ and with a cast including most of Scotland’s most talented comics (Andy Gray, Elaine C. Smith, Dave Anderson, etc) is
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; questioning film about the role of
I journalisminaconflict.with strong acting from Mel Gibson. Sigourney Weaver and Linda Hunt, who plays the dwarf. wise male photographer — apart for which she won an Oscar. Made in 1982. directed by Peter Wier.
0 Madonna in Concert (C4) 12 midnight—lam. ‘Like a Virgin Tour'. USA. 1985. Enough said.
SUNDAY 19 .
0 David Copperfield (BBC 1)
I, 5.50—6.2(lpm. Umpteenth reworking I for tv ofthe Dickens classic. We‘ll ( have to wait a week or so to see the 5 highlight — Simon Callow as Mr
i o Twenty Years of the Two Ronnies
' (BBC‘1)7.15—8pm. Long running gag duo choose their favourite ; sketches from their twenty year A partnership. 0 Did You See . . .?(BBC2) 7.15—8pm. Discussing the last week‘s
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I a cut above much of the ‘comedy’ output produced by their colleagues 3 south of the border.
After losing his job at the Strathclyde ; Savings Bank, Willie is burning the ; midnight oil in an attempt to make a j living as a writer when he’s not worrying about his latest acquisition, a 1 ‘hot’ freezer. With guest stars, Una j MacLean as ‘Sweaty Betty’ and Gregor l Fisher as ‘Ouincey Dickens’. (Graham I Caldwell)