The Herald Magazine - 11 Jan 2020

Table of content - The Herald Magazine (11 Jan 2020)

IS IT TIME TO FORGIVE SIR HARRY LAUDER?
ARTS
Portfolio
Five stars for First World War film spectacular 1917
First drive: Isuzu D-Max XTR
On the cowboy trail
Being Gail Porter
A falafel phenomenon
Cosy knits for winter
The genius of Alasdair Gray
Celtic Connections picks
Alison Rowat’s TV week
Harry Lauder show
The lost world
BE AN ASTRONOMER
A BRIEF HISTORY OF
I believe binge watching is a recognised disorder ...and I think I’ve got it
BE AN ASTRONOMER
His is a life that can’t be forgotten
His is a life that can’t be forgotten
12 highlights to set your toes tapping
12 highlights to set your toes tapping
In search of Scotland’s secret rainforests
In search of Scotland’s secret rainforests
What’s life like as a body double for a movie star?
TOP TEN CHINESE NEW YEAR SPECIAL EDITIONS
Alison Rowat’s TV review plus seven-day listings guide and the pick of the week’s films
ALPINE ADVENTURE
ALPINE ADVENTURE
Pappardelle with beef cheek ragu
Simon Rimmer loves rose water but not tripe
Simple eat Stuffed mushrooms, quinoa, butternut squash and blue cheese
JOANNA BLYTHMAN’S RESTAURANT REVIEW
EATING IN
Tiny city centre food stand lives up to its big reputation
Falafel To Go
QUICK BITES
Viva Italia... and avoid the no-drink fads
Tiny city centre food stand lives up to its big reputation
Falafel To Go
glasgowist coolest cafés
CAKE BAR
KAF COFFEE
CAFEZIQUE
CAFE STRANGE BREW
SARAMAGO
Savour each page of the new food guide
glasgowist coolest cafés
CAKE BAR
KAF COFFEE
January Blues
Xiaomi iMiLab EC2 security camera
BY GEORGIAN BASK IN ALL THE SPLENDOURS OF THE KINGDOM
SCOTLAND’S VOICE OF PROPERTY ROUNDS UP THE WEEK’S NEWS –
A PIECE IN THE VALLEY –
WEST END HEARTLAND –
SCOTLAND’S QUALITY PROPERTY GUIDE
OFFERS OVER £395k
THE VOICE OF PROPERTY
OFFERS OVER £220k
OFFERS OVER £395k
RENTAL OF THE WEEK
DO--UPPER OF THE WEEK
Excess all areas in sunny Fife
Excess all areas in sunny Fife
KEY FACTS
There’s a world out there to discover
‘Where God put the West’
‘Where God put the West’
CHECKOUT
Travel notes
Four houseplants that can survive in shady spots
Home grown Sowing seeds is so satisfying
Garden of the week
Home grown Sowing seeds is so satisfying
PLANT OF THE WEEK
The walk
Isuzu D-Max XTR
Mini books its summer break
DRIVE NEWS
DRIVE FACTS
ALISON ROWAT’S VERDICT ON THE AWARD-WINNING 1917:
Tim Taylor turns the rubbish we don’t want into art
I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue, Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Edinburgh, Friday
The Rezillos, Oran Mor, Glasgow, Friday
‘It is a good thing I’m Scottish. We just keep going’
Boys in no man’s land
SEBERG (15)**
Boys in no man’s land
UNCUT GEMS (15) ****
PICK OF THIS WEEK’S FILMS
The beauty of everyday detritus
CRITIC’S CHOICE
DON’T MISS
The lessons we learn from the lives of others
The lessons we learn from the lives of others
By the book: a dozen lives
‘A free-styling life dedicated to art and Glasgow’
‘A free-styling life dedicated to art and Glasgow’
PAPERBACKS
‘His legacy was inspiring and a little daunting’
‘His legacy was inspiring and a little daunting’
Albums to look out for
Wacky world of The Wendys and debt they owe Shaun Ryder’s dad
TV review Who is the singer behind the mask? Who cares?
Move over Boris, Robert Carlyle is the new Prime Minister in COBRA
SCREEN SHOT
BOX SETS AND ON DEMAND
Move over Boris, Robert Carlyle is the new Prime Minister in COBRA
PICK OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
PICK OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
PICK OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
FAY RIPLEY ON HER CANCER BATTLE IN COLD FEET
SEVEN-DAY TELEVISION GUIDE
PICK OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
Cold Feet star Fay Ripley on life after cancer for Jenny

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