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Monitor Archive for February 18, 1988
R-r-roll 'em! Kids hit TV screen with breakthrough programs
Budget CDs just as outstanding as their vinyl originals. DG label preserves its historic archive
Beauty deeper than skin
Brian Orser's bid for figure skating gold is team effort. Current world champion hopes to give Canada its first Olympic title in men's singles event
Behind Ernie and Bert is a researcher's sharp eye. Just how does television affect children? asks Valeria Lovelace, director of research
Japan's No. 2 party seeks broader base
Less TV? When `people meters' are `kid meters,' are they correct?
COLOR them scientists
Director James Cellan Jones turns forgotten books into popular TV. The director who brought TV `The Forsyte Saga,' `The Adams Chronicles,' and now t...
Pakistan's post-Afghan legacy. Moscow is showing new signs of displeasure with Afghan puppet leader Najibullah (right). But, even as a Soviet pullou...
When Greeks and Turks talk
US resolve stays high in Gulf. Mission unchanged though naval force is reduced
Afghan resistance wants more from Soviets than just a pullout
Bogosian parades a different lineup of misfits. A rogues' gallery of dreamers strung out on excesses
Bush is back
What, we worry? Spies like us? Two boys Spy out New York City's phonies and follies
Britain's Owen seeks socialist renaissance
Sister cities - linking the US and Nicaragua. But some disagreement about nonpolitical nature of the ties
Illustrating the free melody of Russian song
In Moscow, mum's the word on Najib
Congress to look at its exemption from ethics laws. LEGISLATIVE IMMUNITY
Firestone decides to sell tires, not make them
The weather outside was frightful, but the folks inside delightful
Companies find their own stock a bargain they can't resist
Critics charge bill goes too far. CANADA'S ANTI-PORN FIGHT