Small Screen: Rewind
Saturday 08 August 1998
Neil Morrissey plays Nick Cameron, a man who is tricked into volunteering for a medical research project by a mysterious group called Gyges. He does not realise that the experiments aim to make human beings invisible. HH
The Three Tenors (E) Polygram, pounds 15.99
Getting tickets for this World Cup concert was even more difficult than getting into the matches. Jose Carreras, Placido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti perform in the Champ de Mars with the l'Orchestre de Paris. This way you get a bird's-eye view. HHH
Run DMC - Kings Of Rap (E) Visual, pounds 12.99
Ever since Jason Nevins's remix of "It's Like That", Run DMC, the legendary rap outfit, has resumed its position at the forefront of hip-hop.This video shows the New York triumvirate giving interviews and showcasing their hit videos. HHHH
Friends (U) Warner, pounds 14.99
The eagerly anticipated second half of the fourth series finally hits the shops and finds the on-off saga of Ross and Rachel taking another twist. Meanwhile, the others continue to sip their cappuccinos on those big squashy sofas while dissecting each other's lives. HHHH
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