IAs a beauty I’m not a great star. there are others more handsome by far. Humorous. educated Edinburgh guy (30s) likes history. talking and life. seeks outgoing girlfriend. No Tories. Box No 169/34.

I Edinburgh arts graduate gay (28). non-scene and straight -acting. seeks intelligent. sophisticated. articulate man preferably with dark/Italian looks—forffiendshh3hudafly. hopefully more. Interests: music. cinema. eating out. Discretion assured. Photograph helpful. Box No 169135.

I Strangers on a train Edinburgh to Glasgow. 6pm. Sunday 9th February. We smiled but didn‘t speak. You got off at Falkirk and waved. My name's David. GeUnunmhnwn.BoxNo 169/36.

I Friends moved away or settled into married bliss‘.’ Me too. Attractive. vivacious. sensuous woman (28). stuck in a rut.secks taII. professional. romantic man to share cuddles and laughter. ALA. Box No 16987.

I Edinburgh gay male (30) slim. saturnine.snu)ker.sccks genuine. considerate. non-scene guy (25—30). ideally Asian. for loving. lasting relationship. Enjoys music. walking. eating out. Edinburgh area. Photo please. Box No 16988.

I Wanted: tall, attractive emotionally mature male (25-35)wifl1witand intelligence. Reward: friendship (?relationship) with bright. attractive. affectionate. culturally aware. twentysomcthing Glasgow woman. Photo appreciated. not essential. Box No 169/39.

I Warmhearted, attractive, intelligent and lively Glasgow woman (33) seeks an original andspedalnuutwhbsenfifive soul. sincere motives. strong character. sharp mind and sense of humour. Box No 169140.

I Special offer 27-year-old independenLcaflng.handmnne guy with lots ofTLC to give right pcrson.seeksshndarforfun. ronuuwe.whoknows?Phoux letter please. Go for it. Box No 169/41.

I Adventurous. tall, athletic Glasgow male (30) seeks female (20—30)forsharedspornng pursuhs.cuhuralachvhyutravel andjfleasure.IsHfisyou?INuNo appreciated. Box No 169/42.

I Trendy. friendly, single Glasgow guy (30) MS. seeks similarly-minded gal (23—30 approx)forfunandffiendshnx possible relationship. Enjoys theatre. cinema. eating out. travel. driving etc. Photoif possible. ALA. Box No 16943. I Two gay Glasgow women (early twenties). fun-loving. outgoing. seek similar couplesfor friendship. socialising. sports and cosy nights in. Photos appreciated (all returned). Box No 169/45.

I Muse, friend and probably lover wanted Female. with lean. slim. Iongdhnbedfnnnetohang clothes on. I‘m male (33). imaginative. idealistic and currently answer to Box No 169/46.


EMI has just released four new titles in its successful Comedy Classics series.

Each double-pack cassette features highlights from the acts of the world’s funniest comedians. The new titles include performances by Spike Milligan, Stan Freeberg

and Bill Cosby with the fourth collection devoted to the best of British Comedy. The List has five copies of all four double-pack tapes to give away, which means

that five lucky readers will win copies of Spike Milligan’s ‘Adolf Hitler: My Part in his Downfall' and ‘Puckoon’, The Best of the Stan Freeberg Shows Vol I and II, Bill

Cosby’s “Bill‘s Best Friend’ and ‘My Father Confused Me', and British Comedy

Classics Vol III featuring material from the 70s and 80s by people like Morecambe

and Wise, Victoria Wood and Barry Humphries.

Simply answer the question and return the form by Tuesday 17 March when the draw will take place.

What was the name of the series Ronnie Barker made as a sequel to Porridge?

Name ........................................ .. Address ...................................... ..

Daytime Tel ................................. ..

Send to EMI COMEDY CLASSICS COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street,

Edinburgh EH1 1TE

Leading jazz saxophonist, John Harle, whois also a composer, conductor, producer and teacher, brings his superb 12-piece band to the Queen's

Hall, Edinburgh on Friday 13 March. Highlighting material from his latest album, The Shadow of the Duke, John Harle combines the power of the big band with classical virtuosity and demonstrates why he's found such favour with composers from Michael Nyman to Richard Rodney Bennett.

The List has three pairs of tickets for the gig, three Shadow of the Duke CDs and, iorthe First Prize-winner, a copy of the essential Teach Yourself Saxophone with John Harle video (£12.95 Novella)! Just answer the question and return the form by Monday 9 March when the draw will take place.

The John Harle Band will be playing In A Mellotone and The Mooche - which Duke will they be shadowing? ./

Daytime Tel .............................. ..

Send to JOHN HARLE BIG BAND COMPETITION, The List,14 High Street, Edinburgh EH1 1TE


The multiple award-winning comic fantasy Barton Fink made by the Coen Brothers is just opening in Scotland to rave reviews. A weird and wonderful adventure, it tells the story of a playwright forced into writing pulp scripts instead of great art

and whose writer’s block is alleviated by an insurance salesman. From comedy to mental breakdown the film takes us on a fascinating journey and demands to be


The List has five copies of the screenplay by the Coen Brothers as well as five pairs of tickets to see the film at the Glasgow Film Theatre where it opens on Sunday 15

March. All you have to do is answer the question and return the form by Monday 9 March when the draw will take place.

Which famous Irish melody plays on the score during a shoot-out scene in the Coen

Brother‘s Miller‘s Crossing?

Name ...................................... .. Address .................................... ..

Daytime Tel ............................... ..

Send to BARTON FINK COMPETITION, The List, 14 High Street, Edinburgh


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