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Sunday 27 October 1996
Shares in Planet Hollywood, the international restaurant chain which boasts top movie stars among its owners, have slumped on Wall Street amid fears that some of its big names may be on the point of selling up.
Tuesday 23 April 1996
Continental Europe has gone too far. First they banned British beef, now English lackeys of the French-owned agency Publicis have attempted to identify the areas in Britain that suffer most from ... farting. Yes, it's true: the Baker Street agency has produced an ad promoting the indigestion remedy Bisodol, with a humourous piece about wind (the theme tune is "Things That Make You Go Oooo"). So, you're quite literally gasping to know, where will the ad be first targeted? Publicis has pinpointed four areas in Britain for intensive coverage: Central, Meridian, the North and the North-West. Britain's fartiest regions - official.
Sunday 14 April 1996
Answer: public relations made in heaven... From Britpop to the Church, there's no escaping the all-pervasive hand of PR, says Oliver Bennett why tthere is no escape from the all pervasive culture of PR he al
Monday 20 June 1994
In the Seventies and the Eighties it was murals. Now it's mosaics, says Martin Coen. He should know. He's the mosaicist fashionable London turns to when it needs that fragmented splash of colour or tales told in bits and pieces, as a glance around restaurants like the Dog House, Melange and the Portobello Dining Rooms proves.
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