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*- / li • JIM WRIGHT

*- / li • JIM WRIGHT

January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• WINNER ALL RIGHT: Tom Taafft brings home Bonalma in last year's Sweeps Hurt saved by Ladbroke's sponsorship Inset: Ronnie Beggan

• WINNER ALL RIGHT: Tom Taafft brings home Bonalma in last year's Sweeps Hurt saved by Ladbroke's sponsorship Inset: Ronnie Beggan

I could say 'these are mine'. "For three weeks, I didn't reply. It was a terrible time. I couldn't sleep for weighing up the possibilities. "In the end Michael helped me make up my mind. He said the decision is your's but if I was you I'd go here." `Here' was the Lambourn stable
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Greinfields: YOUNG MUNSTER 12 c__a. Sevier Club

Greinfields: YOUNG MUNSTER 12 c__a. Sevier Club

Cornamash: ATHLONE IS (P. Connellan five pens) CLONTARF (G. Lawless two Ines, pen. con: S. Sweeny.. P. McHak tries) Cross CEaaael Sunbury: LONDON IRISH 3 (P. O'Donnell pen). NOTTINGHAM M. GAA: SOCCER: RACING: RUGBY: Eugene McGee looks at the John Giles talks to Everton's Martin
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
• RICHARD GORMAN: The _first Irish artist to win a prize at the Cagnes-sur-Mer international painting .• ft .•A.:' ©°

• RICHARD GORMAN: The _first Irish artist to win a prize at the Cagnes-sur-Mer international painting .• ft .•A.:' ©°

© . : . \ \ : • RICHARD GORMAN: The first Irish artist to win a prize at the Cagnes-sur-Mer international painting show
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Greevy's coaching

Greevy's coaching

HEN you can take it easy!". laughs Bernadette Greevy to a young singer who is negotiating the terrors of 'Come scogiio'. Fiordiligi's tricky aria from Mozart's opera Cosi fan nitre, with considerable skill. We are in the middle of the Bank of Ireland Master Classes at the Nation
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CINEMA MICHAEL DWYER

CINEMA MICHAEL DWYER

to an Italian setting. The programme contains two contrasting American movies Martin Bell's Streetwise, a documentary reputedly quite startling in its picture of juvenile delinquents on the streets of Seattle; and the wacky Steve Martin comedy, The Man with Two Brains, which cos
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
DANCE Doisneau on the streets of Paris

DANCE Doisneau on the streets of Paris

LIKE a good news photographer, Robert Doisneau took his camera out onto the street, watched what people were doing and summed up their activities in a black and white print. Doisneau, however, had one advantage. He rarely had to work to a deadline. He preferred to work to his ow
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PEGGY: THE WAYWARD

PEGGY: THE WAYWARD

by Jacqueline Bograd Bodley Head, fly (UK) sOME books need to be read with an antidote. Peggy Guggenheim lived and loved so outrageously that her own reality tends to distort the reality of those around her. On her own reckoning the copper heiress her father, famous for his advi
January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 4 JANUARY 1987

THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE, 4 JANUARY 1987

January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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January 4, 1987 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland