I SIR DAVID STEEL MP
This year’s holiday: Four days in Denmark where we have lots of friends.
Holiday nightmare: We had to abandon a holiday booked for Africa when David Pentaligon was killed. and ended up having a grizzly ' holiday in Tenerife.
Earliest holiday memory: All of them spent on the Mull of Kintyre. where I;
I FORBES MASSON Playwright. actor. star of his own Cinderella at the Tron. Glasgow.
This year's holiday: Stayed an extra week in New Zealand after touring Laureland Hardy. backpacking in South Island which was stunning. Earliest holiday memory: Being taken to St Andrews every summer — my dad was keen on golf.
1 learned to fish. Typical holiday souvenir: Usually something big and bulky forthe
house. like a cartwheel.
I MAUREEN RIVA Station Manager. Air UK. ; This year’s holiday: Penang in
Favourite destination: Penang. Earliest holiday memory: Yugoslavia with my mum. aged 15.
Holiday nightmare: In the airline
business every holiday is a nightmare because you never know ifyou are going to come back.
.iioliday nightmare: Potentially in
Greece, when we ﬂew out without
booking accommodation, and were taken to a remote and
extortionately-priced villa by a taxi driver.
Typical holiday souvenir: I picked up
these old bits of locomotive in New
Zealand. but I also have a weakness for kitsch.
The ten names drawn from our Beaders’ Poll (see page 18) who each get a £10 token to spend at the Virgin Megastore are: Stuart McFarlane (Glasgow), Richard lngs (Edinburgh), Alan Otticer (Edinburgh), Douglas Brown (Ayrshire), Judy Sawyer (Edinburgh), Susan Stonard (Glasgow), Barry Flood (Edinburgh), Ann Kirk (Edinburgh), Gary Brewer (Glasgow), J. Mulligan (Ayrshire).
The winner oi our exclusive Peter Howson etching, courtesy of Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop is William Shanks (Grangemouth) who knew that the workshop is 25 years old.
The chance to win a Levi’s Trucker Jacket courtesy oi the new Original Levi’s Store in Glasgow’s Argyle Street had many a TV butt harking back to Nick Kamen’s TV ad which was set in a Iaunderette. The three winners, who also got invites to the shop’s launch party, were Desiree Atkinson, T. Davidson (both Glasgow) and Tom Brownlee (Edinburgh).
Every good surrealist knows that Salvador Dali collaborated on Luis Bunuel’s debut, Un Chien Andalou.
Chris McGowan (Glasgow), P. Nisbet (Cumbernauld) and Anne Fleming (Edinburgh) are three such surrealists who'll soon be in possession oi three classic Bunuels on video (Electric Pictures), Belle de Jour, The Discreet Charm ol the Bourgeoisie and That Obscure Object ol Desire.
it takes a cow (not a bull) to mate with a yak to end up with a dzo (or zho) in the lamily. Similar pieces oi worthless knowledge will keep Ken Torrance (Carluke) happy over Christmas once he receives his Third Edition oi Trivial Pursuits (no prizes lor spotting our misspelling oi, ahem, persuit, by the way). Runner-up is Peter Stephens wht wins a set at 1992 Annual Edition Trivial Pursuit questions.
Much mirth will be had among readers at The List now that the prizes in our BBC Scottish comedy on video prizes are in the post. For knowing that Elaine C. Smith plays Bab C. Nesbitt's wile in the TV sitcom, Jessica Blower (Edinburgh) won a bumper pack oi live videos including one signed by Gregor Fisher. The following readers won two videos each: Fiona Cuthlll (Glasgow), J. Overton (Kilmarnock), Maxine Hawthorn (Cumbernauld), Steven Forsyth (Paisley), Tom Preston, Jill Sutherland, Marlon West, Gillian Shanks, Gordon Chalmers and Ann Seath (all Edinburgh).
I See Ouiz Oi The Year page 16, and Agenda page 5, lor another selection oi great prizes.
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The List 18 December 1992 — H January 1993101