"No one knows what's going on in someone else's mind and life would be intolerable if we did," murmurs Paul to his wife soothingly. Paul knows what he's talking about. He's a therapist and bereavement counsellor and, apparently, a loving father, currently a little preoccupied, like his wife, by his daughter's recurrent nightmares. In fact, the two of them are in her bed, the little girl having been resettled in the parental room after waking up screaming.
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Arts and Entertainment
Monday 22 July 1996
Fox television executives wanted a bimbo for their 'X Files' pathologis t. Instead, they got sceptical, chaste Gillian Anderson. She trashed some werewolves and promptly became a cult Nineties heroine. What went right?
Sunday 30 June 1996
Gillian Anderson, one of the stars of the popular television series 'The X-Files', poses in front of a poster of her TV character, Dana Scully, at a public appearance in a shopping centre in Melbourne, Australia. Two people
Monday 13 May 1996
Last week, we asked for your verdict on the X-Files. Here are some of your replies ...
Monday 06 May 1996
The TV phenomenon about strange phenomena has taken international hold of paranoid minds. It could be a conspiracy. John Lyttle asks ...
Pop: Various Artists Songs in the Key of X: Music from and Inspired by `The X Files' Warner Bros 9362-46079-2
Friday 12 April 1996
With its stylish take on paranoid conspiracy, the TV series The X Files reflects the pervasive contemporary unease in a manner strikingly equivalent to that of The Prisoner a quarter of a century ago - but, being American, on a larger (and better marketed) scale. Not that its appeal is confined to the US; in the UK, X-Files videos are currently out-renting all-comers, and Mark Snow's enigmatic theme tune sits high in the singles chart. Something is out there, and who knows? It may be the truth.
Monday 18 March 1996
A "covert" 24-hour screening of all the episodes from Season 1 of The X-Files is being held this Saturday at a private screening in London. Staged in conjunction with Virgin Megastores, the event is timed to coincide with the release of Tooms (on 25 Mar, pounds 13.99,) a full-length movie edition of the cult TV series.
Saturday 10 June 1995
From Ms Jenny Lamb, JP, and others
Saturday 17 December 1994
TV has embraced the paranormal - harmless fun or the end of civilisatio n as we know it? By Mark Simpson
Monday 28 February 1994
THE parents of a 14-year-old boy who was injured when his head hit the windscreen of a school bus have been sent a bill for pounds 2,000 by the coach firm.
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