FOOTBALL Saturday 16


I Celtic v St Johnstone Celtic Park, Gallowgate, Glasgow. 3pm.

I Dundee V Hearts Dens Park, Sandeman Street, Dundee. 3pm.

I Falkirk v Parlick Thistle Brockville, Falkirk. 3pm.

I Hibs v Dundee United Easter Road Stadium, Albion Road, Edinburgh. 3pm. I Mothervtell v Hangers Fir Park, Motherwell. 3pm.


I Dumbarton v Haith Rovers Boghead, Dumbarton. 3pm.

I Ounlermline V Clydebank East End Park, Dunferrnline. 3pm

I Hamilton V Ayr United Douglas Park . Hamilton. 3pm.

I Kllmamock v Meadowhank Thistle Rugby Park, Kilmarnock. 3pm.

I Morton v Cowdenbeath Cappielow Park, Greenock. 3pm.

I St Mirren v Stirling Albion Love Street. Paisley. 3pm.


I Alloa Athletic v Montrose Recreation Park, Alloa. 3pm.

I Clyde V Brechin Douglas Park, Hamilton. 3pm.

I East Stirling v Queen's Park Firs Park. Firs Street, Falkirk. 3pm.

Sunday 17—Monday 18


I lndoortoumament SECC, Glasgow. The annual two-day six-a-side tourney returns on Sunday (afternoon and evening) and Monday (evening) minus Rangers, but with teams from all the other Premier clubs. The indoor surface has a tendency to expose those whose ball skills are less than polished.

Saturday 23


I Airdrie V Celtic Broomfield. Airdrie. 3pm.

I Dundee UId V FeIkIt‘kTannadice Park, Tannadice Street, Dundee. 3pm.

I Hearts V Motherwell Tynecastlc Park, Gorgie Road, Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Partick Thistle v Dundee Firhill, Firhill Road, Glasgow. 3pm.

I Hangers v Aberdeen Ibrox Stadium, Glasgow. 3pm. Aberdeen‘s mighty slim chances of staying in the title race could improve somewhat with a victory at Ibrox. Don’t hold your breath though.


I AVI’V Morton Somerset Park , Somerset Road. Ayr. 3pm.

I Clydebank v ltllmamock Kilbowie Park. Clydebank. 3pm.

I Cowdenbeath v Dumbarton Central Park, Cowdenbeath. 3pm.

I Meadovrbank Thistle v St Mirren Meadowbank Stadium. London Road. Edinburgh. 3pm.

I Haith Rovers v Hamilton Stark‘s Park. Pratt Street, Kirkcaldy. 3pm.

I Stirling Albion v Ounlermline Annfield. Stirling. 3pm. ,


I Alblon Rovers v Stenhousemuir Cliftonhill, Coatbridge. 3pm.

I Clyde V Brechin Douglas Park. Hamilton. 3pm.

I Oueen's Parkv Alloa Hampden Park. Glasgow. 3pm.

Tuesday 26


I Dundee V Celtic Dens Park, Sandeman Street, Dundee. 7.30pm.

I Molhervtell v Airdrie Fir Park. Motherwell. 7.30pm.

I Parlick Thistle V Hibs Firhill. Firhill Road. Glasgow. 7.30pm.

I Hangers v Falklrk lbr'ox Stadium, Glasgow. 7.30pm.


I Ayt V Stirling Albion Somerset Park. Somerset Road, Ayr. 7.30pm.

I Oumbarlon v Meadowbank Boghcad. Dumbarton. 7.30pm.

I Morton V Ounlermline Cappielow Park. Greenock. 7.30pm.

I Haith Rovers v Clydebank Stark‘s Park, Pratt Street. Kirkcaldy. 7.30pm.

Wednesday 27


I Hearts v St Johnstone Tynecastlc Park. Gorgie Road, Edinburgh. 7.30pm. FIRST DIVISION

I Cowdenbeath V SI Mitten Central Park, Cowdenbeath. 7.30pm.

I Hamilton v Kilmarnock Douglas Park, Hamilton. 7.30pm.

BEES— Ffiday15

I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse, Musselburgh. Club £10. paddock £6. First race 1.15pm. A chilly National Hunt . meeting at the windswept track stuck out in the wilderness of Musselburgh.

Thursday 21

I Ayr Ayr Racecourse. 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. 0292 264179. Club£10, Eglinton £6. First races 1.20pm. National Hunt racing from Scotland‘s premier track.

RUGBY Saturday 16


I Scotland V Ireland Murrayfield. Edinburgh. 2pm. A transitional Scottish side takes on an Ireland team who had a disastrous 1992 and are looking for an improvement in the New Year. Should make for an interesting tussle.

Saturday 23

MoEWAN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 1 I Currie V Jed-Forest Malleny Park. Balerno. 2.30pm.

I Edinburgh Academicals v Heriot's FP Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 2.30pm.

I Watsonlans v Glasgow High/Kelvinside Myrcsidc. Myrcsidc Road, Edinburgh. 2.30pm.

McEWAH'S NATIONAL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 I Clarkston v Kirkcaldy Braidholm. Braidholm Road, Giffnock. 2.30pm.

I Edinburgh Wanderers v Peebles Murrayfield, Corstorphine, Edinburgh. 2.30pm.

I Glasgow Academicals v Musselburgh New Annicsland. Helensburgh Drive. Glasgow. 2.30pm.

I Preston Lodge FP vWiglovrnshire Pennypit Park. Rope Walk, Preslonpans. 2.30pm.


Activities and Fun.

I LITTLE MARCO'S Templeton Street, 554 7184. Mon-Sat 10am—7pm. £3 for90 minutes. A children‘s indoor rampage area with a bouncy castle , slides, ball pits and soft play area. Children must be under 4ft 7in and under 35 must be supervised.

I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kildrum , 0236 732887 .

cumbemauld Youth Theatres Enrolment Wed 27 and Ed 29 Jan; seniors Fri 7.30-10pm (15-21), juniors Fri 6—7.30pm '(14—15), Wed 6.30-7.30pm (13—14) and Wed 5.30-6.30pm (11—12). Free but places limited.

Drama Workshops Fun and theatrical action for younger children. Enrolment on 23 Jan then every Saturday. 9.30—10.30am (5-7), £10 for ten sessions; 10.30am-12.30pm (8—10), £12.50 for twelve sessions.

I HOLLYWOOD BOWL Elliot Street, 248 4478. Mon—Wed 10am—2am; Tue, Thurs and Sun lOam-midnight; Fri-Sat 10am-1am. Shoe hire 50p, admission 60p except Mon-Fri before 6pm. Prices per

game: Mon—Fri before 6pm kids£1.30; adults £1.60. After 6pm Mon—Thurs all games £2.20, Sat-Sun before 6pm, kids £1.70; adults £2.20. F ri—Sun after 6pm , all games £2.35.

I MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT Bunhouse Road, 357 3929. Daily 10am—5pm; Sun 11am-5pm. Trams, prams and automobiles, this museum has an example of almost anything that ever rolled on wheels or tracks. It also has a reconstructed Glasgow street from the 19405.

I SECC Finnieston Quay. 248 3000.

The Camlval Until Sun 17 Jan. 1.45-10.45pm. 80p. Huge indoor funfair with loads of sickening rides including Terminator, a gravity defying gondola and Shake, a ride built around a Coca Cola bottle.


I MUSEUM OF EDUCATION Scotland Street School. 429 1202.

Peephole Into China Until Sun 24 Jan. Paper cuts and puppets feature in this fascinating exhibition of traditional arts and crafts from China.

Workshops Sat 16 Jan. 10.30am—noon and

2.30—4pm. Sun l7Jan 2.30—4pm. Booking essential. In conjunction with Peephole into China a range of activities for children.


I CUMBERNAULD THEATRE Kildrum, 0236 732887.

A Festival 01 Contemporary Celtic Culture From Fri 15-Sat 30 Jan.

Scottish Traditional Storytellers Sat 16 Jan. 12.30pm and 3pm. Free. Hear tales about selkies, magic, ships and storms with an Edinburgh-based story~telling group.

The Well at the End at the World Sat 16] an.

1 lam and 3pm. Free. The Pictish Puppets in a spectacular Gaelic tale for children aged 3—10.

Nessie the Loch Hess Monster Fri 22 and Sat 23 Jan. 1.30pm. £2.50. Performed in Gaelic (Fri) and English (Sat), the International Purves Puppets perform an ultraviolet show. Prepare to be amazed by jellyfish, tattie bogles, thingummyjigs and Nessie the monster as they help Hughie Mthui and Mhairi Glengarry outwit her horrible uncle.

I PAISLEY ARTS CENTRE New Street, 887 1010.

Jooglie Wilkies Sat 23 Jan. 2pm. Kids £1.25; adults £1.75. A one-man show by the Baldy Bane Theatre Company which is an hilarious mix of clowning, music and audience participation.

Actiiiities and Fun

I EDINBURGH ZOO Corstorphine Road, 334 9171. 9am—5pm. Kids £2.30; adults £4.30; family (two adults and two children) £12. Pop into the 200 to see their newest addition, Shimba, the baby rhino. I MEGA BOWL Craig Park , Newcraighall Road, 657 3731. Sun-Thurs

10am—midnight. Fri—Sat IOam—lam. Price per game before 6pm, Mon—Fri. Kids £1.70; adults£2.10. Sat-Sun Kids£2.50; adults £3. After 6pm Mon—Fri all tickets £3, Sat—Sun £3.10. Lanes are bookable by the hour for up to six people for £20—£23 depending on day.


I MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD 42 High Street. 225 2424. Mon—Sat lOam—Spm.

Winnie the Pooh Sat 16—Sat 30 Jan. To co-incide with the publication of a brand new book on Pooh. The Brilliant Careerof Winnie the Pooh, by Anne Thwait. a display of early editions, china and Pooh-type objects.

Talk by Anne Thtvait Sat 16 Jan. 10.30am and 11.30am. Free but advance bookingis essential. Hear the author explain the history of this remarkable bear,

I ROYAL MUSEUM OF SCOTLAND Chambers Street, 225 7534. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm; Sun noon—5pm.

The Discovery Room Until the 24 Jan. An excellent hands-on exhibition which explores the traditional and the contemporary, the myth and the reality of Scotland. Find out how whisky is made and try on a real Scottish plaid. For adventurous children over six. Also a series of workshops all of which must be booked as follows:

Nel Making Workshop Sat I6Jan. 10.30am—noon. Kids £1 ; adults£2 (8+).

A Gaelic Experience Sat l6 Jan. 2—4pm. Kids £1; adults £2. Songs and stories in the Education centre.

Lace Making Workshop Sat 23 Jan. 10.30am—noon. Kids £1 ;. adults £2 ( 10+) Talking Scots Sat 23 Jan. 3-4pm. Kids£1; adults £2. A panel game where you can pit your wits against the experts and discover the Scots names for a variety of objects. In the main lecture theatre.

54 The List 15 28 January 1993