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ed any sentimentality or sloppiness, yet found plenty of time and thought for the profound story being told. The RTE

ed any sentimentality or sloppiness, yet found plenty of time and thought for the profound story being told. The RTE

Symphony played superbly throughout the night, providing an almost atomic bang for the momentary glimpse of God. In this and in all aspects of the interpretation, it was really 0 Duinn's night as he revealed a penetrating comprehension of the music and a marvellous ability to sh
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
on the laugh graphs

on the laugh graphs

thriller situations, just as same team's earlier Airplane! drew on every cliche you've ever seen in disaster movies. Leslie Nielson plays a parody of himself as the cop who alone can prevent Queen Elizabeth I I (irreverently portrayed by Jeannette Charles) being assassinated whe
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
asylum for the Shah

asylum for the Shah

looking back at us through his own binoculars, at the dim shapes and medieval doctrines that were now emerging in the land that he and his fellow monarchs had ruled for more than two thousand years. It is a sordid story. If ever a morality tale could illustrate a fall from grace
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
PAPERBACKS

PAPERBACKS

LEAVING HOME by Garrison Keillor Faber, f 3.99 ( UK) GARRISON Keillor has been the most unlikely literary phenomen on of the Eighties a folksy, unapologetically parochial American midwestern humourist whose stories of life in his fictitious home town of Lake Woebegon have captur
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
' b r it THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE

' b r it THE SUNDAY TRIBUNE

February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Rohan's latest goes up

Rohan's latest goes up

THE Rohan Group has begun work on the construction of an office complex at Temple Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin. The development will consist of three identical four storey blocks each with 14,000 square feet nett lettable area, constituting a total of 50,000 sq.ft. gross area. Pi
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Prices are

Prices are

buoyant in the latest
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TELEVISION & RADIO

TELEVISION & RADIO

E FOUR-PAGE GUIDE TO VIEWING AND LISTENING MORTON Downey Jr's mouth - which it must be said takes up an inordinate proportion of Morton Downey Jr's face - opened very Hide and said. "Murderers! And drug pushers!" A noose swung into view, dangling near Morton Downey Jr's screamin
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Thursday

Thursday

9.30.10.10 40 Minutes (BBC 2) 'Knickerbockers in Knightsbridge'. A documentary on Hill House prep school, Knightsbridge and the man who runs it - 80-year-old Colonel Stuart Townend who gets up at 4am each day and likes things done his own way. The school's most famous old boy is
February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
19 February 1989

19 February 1989

February 19, 1989 - Sunday Tribune - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland