After being offered, and of course declining, more bungs than 21 wine bottling plant, we bring you the corruption—free . . .
I The Brits are coming with the kind of lavish costume drama Hollywood gets the hots
tor. Nigel Hawthorne is _ the loopy monarch in
I I Alan Bennett’s Oscar- nominated The Madness of King George. As the publcity line run: ‘llls maiesty may have been all powertul and all knowing, but he wasn’t all there . . .’ See Film listings for details.
I ‘Divven tell a sowel but the album’s shite, man!’ Don’t get us wrong, we like the acting and the scripts; we could even learn to love the nose — but Jim, please, stay oil the guitar! Jimmy Nail packs his Crocodile Shoes tor the tour of the album of the television series. See Music listings for details.
2 I Crazy jacket, crazy
guy! The king of the
cowboy love song Jim m Reeves is long dead after
he went the way of the = best of ’em in a plane
crash. But Jim‘s spirit lives on in the body of tribute singer Paul Wheater, who gets the Radio 2 thumbs up. Catch up with Paul beating out a rhythm on the ‘Dlstant Drums’ at the Queen‘s Hall. See Music listing for details.
2 The List 24 Mar-6 Apr 1995