MICK JAGGER - An exclusive interview on the eve of the new tour. BRIAN JONES - Nick Kent on fallen Stone Brian Jones. Issue 6 September 1989. 13 pages (interview and photos). 4 pages. CATHERINE DENEUVE - We spoke to Catherine about the roles that have cast her as an icon.
Soho and Chinatown are weathering the recession in different ways. Anita Chaudhuri reports. Cover Story Sex Wars! 16 For our Autumn Books issue we focus on feminism for the future. Dianne Brill reinvents Babedom (pl6), Julie Burchill penetrates pornography (pl8), Camille Paglia resurrects Dead White Males (pl9), and Neil Lyndon argues the toss (p21).
Stephen Rea. Jane Edwardes interviews the thespian. 16 After pickled sheep - what next?. They're young. They're controversial. They're very popular on the continent. Sarah Kent wades through formaldehyde to ask: what's Britain's problem with its young artists?.
Will their BBC values succeed where Sky's tabloid approach has failed?. Denis Campbell and Andrew Shields ask what they are going to do about it. In the week before her London dates Lisa Stanfield, she of the piratical kiss-curl.
Hotshots 4 Six pages of gossip, trends and highlights for the coming week. Featuring our man Ronson, our mole Sidelines, London lives and Dispatches. Edited by Elaine Paterson. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson.
On the eve of a 'South Bank Show' special on Jimi Hendrix, Charles Slwar Murray investigates rock's greatest paradox: the violent pacifist, the individualist hungering for acceptance, the black pioneer colonised by whites, rootless yet trapped by his own legend.
TRIAL BY DURY. Since the Blockheads hung up their rhythm sticks, Ian Dury has taught Walter Matthau cockney, followed Bob Hoskins to Czechoslovakia, and acted for his schoolmate Peter Greenaway. Brian Case spoke to him about his new musical, 'Apples', in which his sleazy reporter Byline Browne digs up dirt on the spanking Sinister Minister.
John Gill spoke to him about fiction before and after science. Last week over 7,000 space cadets blasted into Brighton for the World Science Fiction Convention. John Gill sets his phaser on stun, and John Brosnan fights his way through the resulting invasion of sci-fi books.
Rock Of Ages 24 Robert Wyatt and Steve Hillage are old rockers — with a difference. Now both are back and hip to the minute, man. COVER STORY Pregnant Pause 14 This week Annette Bening stars opposite Harrison Ford in 'Regarding Henry', with two other major films to follow.