The Herald Magazine - 11 Sep 2021

Table of content - The Herald Magazine (11 Sep 2021)

SCOTLAND’S NEXT BIG THING
INSIDE
A NEW TAKE ON EATING AND DRINKING ITALIAN-STYLE
AT LAST, THE DOORS REOPEN
A MUSICAL PILGRIMAGE TO IRELAND
Portfolio
A musical pilgrimage
The return of theatre
Best used car bargains
Actor David Harewood on the racism that helped fuel his psychotic breakdown
Ron Mackenna
Remembering industrial Scotland
Rab McNeil
12 shows to see this autumn
Alison Rowat’s TV review
Musician Hamish Hawk
Seven-day TV guide
Fidelma Cook
Those loveable Lefties are after our capital letters now
How could I tell my cousin her grandmother was a horrible woman
Persona non grata
Now meow
I have no intentions of being a Lewis Capaldi, Beyonce, Taylor Swift... I don’t want that. I want people to say, ‘Yeah, his music is good’
I have no intentions of being a Lewis Capaldi, Beyonce, Taylor Swift... I don’t want that. I want people to say, ‘Yeah, his music is good’
12 unmissable TV shows this autumn From Succession to Shetland and The Larkins
12 unmissable TV shows this autumn From Succession to Shetland and The Larkins
AMAZFIT GTS 2 MINI SMART WATCH
BACK TO THE FUTURE
BACK TO THE FUTURE
TATE & LYLE SUGAR REFINERY, GREENOCK, 1975
UCBS BAKERY, McNEIL STREET, GLASGOW, 1967
STAFF OF THE VINDANDA LAUNDRY, KIRKINTILLOCH, 1971
LOCOMOTIVE AND CRANES, GOVAN GOODS STATION, 1966
HORSE LORRY, FRUIT MARKET, GLASGOW, 1965
MARYHILL LOCKS, FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL, GLASGOW, 1967
TIME CARD MACHINE, MILL NO 3, FERGUSLIE MILLS, PAISLEY. 1984
UK first It’s a thumbs up as Italian sensation debuts in Jamie Oliver’s old Glasgow gaff
Wine with Gerard Richardson
UK first It’s a thumbs up as Italian sensation debuts in Jamie Oliver’s old Glasgow gaff
FOOD
Griddled bass with tomato & basil sauce Brexit can mean more choice
Prawn and prosciutto linguine A quick and impressive dish
Learn how to make sushi
NEW TO MARKET
NEW TO MARKET
THE VOICE OF PROPERTY
DO-UPPER
NEW TO MARKET
BOOK TICKETS NOW FOR SEVEN EXCITING CONCERTS
City festival line-up is worthy of high praise
PLANT OF THE WEEK
Do it yourself How to make your own compost
Four gardening books to give you inspiration
Do it yourself How to make your own compost
Plant revolution Brown is the new black for autumn plants
Wonderwalls Where exotic plants flourish
Historic favourite
Sustainability with style
10 things to do this week From Lloyd Webber to talking statues
A musical pilgrimage Following in the steps of The Dubliners, Bono and the Waterboys
MOTORING USED CAR BARGAINS
A musical pilgrimage Following in the steps of The Dubliners, Bono and the Waterboys
Scottish panoramas A magical place where the walls really do have ears
Scottish panoramas A magical place where the walls really do have ears
CHECKOUT
Forres Community’s hard work pays off for
Earlston and the Black Hill Sweeping views abound
A chilling thriller amid the ice
An explosion of colour and life
CRITIC’S CHOICE
Treachery, murder ... and farce
A thrilling web of intrigue
Heartbreak for hors d’oeuvre
Treachery, murder ... and farce
One more slur and my identity started to crack
A dream turned sour
Scottish Book News: What’s happening this week
One more slur and my identity started to crack
Don’t make a drama out of a crisis
THEATRE REVIEW
Don’t make a drama out of a crisis
RUDIMENTAL GROUND CONTROL
THE VACCINES
RESPECT (12A)
Shallow Aretha biopic goes from verse to worse
When a new comedy proves to be no laughing matter
Whether under the waves or on dry land, life’s a rum do
SCREEN SHOT
BOX SETS AND ON DEMAND
Sing a song of Glasgow
PREVIEW
ON THE RADIO
PICK OF THE WEEK
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
PICK OF THE WEEK
Coronation Street Icons: Norris Cole (STV, 8pm)
THIS WEEK’S BEST FILMS
PICK OF THE WEEK
SEVEN-DAY TELEVISION GUIDE
SEVEN-DAY TELEVISION GUIDE
John Goodman: Off Camera (Sky Arts, 10pm)
FRIDAY
THURSDAY
PICK OF THE WEEK
DOUBLE CROSSWORD
CNOADMEWTOHERDACTRESS
SPIRAL
WORD WHEEL
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