I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260.
I Bennets 90 Glassford Street. 552 5761. I Cleopatras Belmont Lane. Kelvinbridge. 334 0560.
I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712.
I Disco Viva 15 Union Street. 221 2426. I Follies 193 Pitt Street. 332 7322/7522. I Fury Murrys 96 Maxwell Street. 221
I Henry Atrikas 13/15 York Street. 221
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I Hollywood Studios 9 Brown Street. 248 6606
I Joe Paparazzi 520 Sauchiehall Street. 331 21 I l.
I Madisons 46 West George Street.
I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 2213623. I Maylair Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872. I Palomino Club 51 West Regent Street. 332 6223.
I Panama Jax (‘ustom I louse Quay. 221 0865.
I Pzazz 21 Royal Exchange Square. 221 5323.
I Rattles 15 Benalder Street. Partick Cross. 334 5321.
I Rooftops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5583/5967.
I Savoy Savoy Centre. Sauchiehail Street 332 0751.
I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. I Tin Pan Alley 39 Mitchell Street. 221 5275.
I Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3874. I Warehouse 85 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Zico's 178a lngram Street. 552 6995.
I 46 West 46 West George Street.
I The Amphitheatre 31 Lothian Road. 229 7670.
I Barbados Suite in Coasters Complex.
I Bermuda Triangle in Coasters Complex. I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I 0810 St James 25 St James Centre. 557 2631 .
I Calton Studios 26 Calton Road. 556 7066.
I Chambers Street House 16 Chambers Street.
I Cinderellas Rockerlellas 99 St Stephen Street. 5560266.
I Coasters Complex 3 West Tollcross. 228 3252.
I Dillingers Videotheque 28 King‘s Stables Road. 228 3547.
I Edgars 96a Rose Street North Lane.
I Finsbury Park 3-5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.
I Fire Island l27 Princes Street. 226 4660. I Liberty's The Playhouse. Greenside Place. 557 3807.
I Madisons Greenside Place. 557 3807.
I The Mission Victoria Street. 225 6569. I Outer Limits in Coasters Complex.
I Potterrow Student Centre House, Bristo Street.
I Hokko‘s 23 Lothian Road.
I Shady Ladies Cowgatc.
I Teviot Row House Bristo Square.
I Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.
I Wilkle House Cowgatc.
I Zenatec 56 Fountainbridge. 229 7733.
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I The PGA Championships ( BBC!) Noon—12.55pm. Coverage of the 1988 PGA golfchampionship with the top names playing inclttding Sandy Lyle. ;\'ick Faldo. Bernhard Langer and Ian Woosman.
I New Scottish Art: Gwen Hardie ( BBCZ) 7.30-7.55pm. Part ofthe BB("s ‘chk of British Art'. a profile of the Scotsartist now living in Berlin. introduced by John Byrne.
I Review(BBC2) 9.30— 10.20pm. Again as part of the BBC's ‘Weck of British Art'. Review surveys the diversity ofexhibition places available in Britain. I0mnibus(BBCl) 10.20—11.20pm. Memories of a Mtrsical Dog: another history of the gramophone record which is celebrating its hundredth birthday this month.
I McGinn ol the Calton (Scottish)
10.35—1 l .35pm. Robbie (‘oltrane presents this tribute to Folk revivalisl. Matt McGinn. who died ten years ago. This special concert. recorded at Mayfest. features the music of Stramash.
IWired (C4) 1 1.15pm—12. 15am. The music show includes tonight a report from Rome on the first European date of Michael Jackson's tour which includes an interview with his manger Frank Dileo.
I Cul-De-Sac((‘4) 12.15—2. 15am. Macabre comedy made in 1966 by Roman Polanski starring Donald Pleasence asa middle-aged man living with his wife (Francoise Dorleac) in an isolated castle offthe Northumberland coast. Their lives are disturbed by the invasion oftwo wounded gangsters. Polanski was later to return to the Iloly Island castle. Using it as a backdrop for his inspired film version of Shakespeare's Macbeth.
I Telethon '88 Preview (Scottish)
6. 15—6.30pm. Michael Aspel sets the scene for tomorrow‘s charity marathon which aims to be even longer than Wogan's for the BBC.
I Cannon and Ball (Scottish) 7-7.45pm. New series with the talented duo which includes slapstick sketches devised by Charlie Drake.
I Reid about the USSR (C4)8—9pm. Three-part documentary series made by Scottish television for (‘4 about Russia and the changes currently taking place. made by Jimmy Reid returning for the first in in fifteen years as. some might say. a changed man himself.
I The Les Dennis Laughter Show ( BBC] ) 7.35—8. 10pm. More returning summer fun.
I James Stewart Season (BBC2)
8. 10—10.55pm. Kicking off a seasonof films markingJamcs Stewart‘seighticth birthday. the American actor who begun his showbusiness life as an amateur magician. is seen first ofall in the nostalgic biopic. The Glenn Miller Story.
I State ot Contlict: Through Israeli Eyes (BBC2) 10.05—10.55pm. First ofthrec documentaries examining the tensions that exists in Israel as it celebrates its first forty years. The second programme looks at the point of view of the Palestinians.
I Parkinson One-To-One (Scottish) 10.2(FI1.05pm.Newseriesofintervicws from the seemingly increasingly reluctant chat show host. The ltrre of this seriesis the chance to talk to one star in depth— Boy George. in a rare interview. isthe subject of tonight’s programme.
I Bob Hope Season (BBCI ) 3—4.3t)pm. More birthday salutes tooneof llolywood'sgreatest: Bob Hope is 85 this year and the season begins with Hope teamed up with Bing Crosby in The Road In Bali.
I Network7 ((‘-l) llam—lpm. Returnof the award-winning current affairs programme for young people which catapulted its iixecutive Producer. Janet Street Porter to an even better job at the BBC.
IThe Campbelis (Scottish) ll).30—-l 1pm. New series of the glossy but bland Scottish Television co-production that chronicles the lives of Scots imigrants making a new Iifein 19thcentury(‘anada.
I International Rugby (Scottish) 2.30—3.30pm. IIighlightsofthismorning's Australia v England rugby test.
I ITV Telethon '88 (Scottish) 7pm
(Sunday )—-10pm (Monday). See panel. IThe Storyteller((‘4) 7. l5—7.45pm. John I Iurt introduces a story entitled The Luck Chi/(l. an adaptation of a Rossian folk-tale set in time when ‘two cold hearts ruled the land: a cruel king and a terrible beast - the (iriffin‘. The story is directed by Jon
Paul Coia will be rooted in The Garden Festival to present the Scottish end of ITV’s massive tundraising event, Telethon ’88.
Forten minutes every hour, Paul will be introducing events at excruciating sillyness. King Kong will abseiling oh the Clydesdale Bank Tower, 4000 dancers will be bashing out the largest tap dance in the world and Coia will be auctioning oii Eddie Kidd, Miss Scotland and Walter Carr. And that’s not the hall oi it.
Alltogether, the ITV Telethon will be, at 27 hours, the longest show in British TV history- or at least that's the aim. Michael Aspel will be doing the Wogan bit and hosting the network part oi the programme lrom London, which begins at 7pm on Sunday 29 May. The intention says the Network Producer is to create a ‘National village lete with a strong regional llavour', and it could actually prove to be one at the tow occassions that lTV successfully tultills the potential at its federated system.
It’s hoped to raise millions oi pounds which will all go to UK charities, administered by a special Telethon Trust of which Prince Charles is Patron. But equally important to the ITV bosses will be the millions who tune in. lTV has been losing the ratings battle with the BBC tor more months than ITV
Amiel who also directed The Singing Detective.
I Dance on Four (C4) 7.45-8. 15pm. I-‘reefull: a work made for television by Gaby Agis and Company.
I Theatre Night: The Importance oi Being Earnest ( BBCZ) 8. l0-10pm. Joan Plowright plays Lady Bracknell in Wilde‘s classic comedy.
IThe Thin Man (C4) 10. 15-1 1 .55pm Classic 1934 comedy thriller with William Powell and Myrna Loy as Dashiell
I Iamnett‘s amateur sleuths which spawned scores of sequels and imitations.
I Breaktast Time (BBCI ) 7—8.55am. To coincide with the Reagan/Gorbachev Summit. Breakfast Time comes from Moscow on Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. Jeremy Paxman hosts from Red Square while Mark Easton isthe roving reporter.
I Open to Question (BBCZ) 7.05—7.35pm. Tom Robinson. outspoken defender of (lay Rights answers questions from a group of young people who also have an opportunity to quiz supporter ofSection 28 ofthe Local Government Act. the Revd David Holloway.
I Kentucky Fried Medicine (C4) 10.50pm—l2.20am. The series Iookingat private medicine through the American experience. ends with a Discussion programme.
I Bandung File (C4) 9— 10pm. New series of the current affairs show which hasa special brief to look at issues of interest to Britains minority racial groups but with an international perspective. The first programme includes a report on the events following the murder ofAhmed L'llah. the thirteen year-old Manchester schoolboy.
I Final Countdown (Scottish) l2.30—2.25pm. 1980 action movie starring Kirk Douglas. Martin Sheen.James l-‘arentino and Katherine Ross about an
.l Anneka Rice, taking part in a live edition of Treasure Hunt tor Telethon.
would care to remember, and they will be hoping that the nation will be caught up in the tervour ol the day.
Pledges oi money will be able to be made by phoning the special credit card telephone numbers which will be displayed on screen during the event, or by sending crossed cheques payable to Telephon 88 to National Westminster Bank plc, Admail 3000, Glasgow GZ1UT. There are also arrangements to pay through any branch at National Westminster Bank, through and Post Ohice or Girobanlt and through most building Societies. All money raised in Scotland will stay in Scotland.
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