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Teri Fitsell

Robin Hood: The Panto 2011

Robin Hood: The Panto 2011 Hong Kong Players

Sunday, 4 December, 2011, 12:00am

Robin Hood: The Panto 2011

Robin Hood: The Panto 2011 Hong Kong Players

4 Dec 2011 - 12:00am

Mozart production is desperately seeking old wooden wheelchair

A local theatre troupe desperately needs a rare prop for its September production. The Hong Kong Players will be staging Sir Peter Shaffer's award-winning drama Amadeus - most famously turned into a movie of the same name that won eight Academy awards and three nominations in 1985 - about the life and death of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

7 Aug 2009 - 12:00am

MI6 spills its secrets at last

WORLD opens programming earlier today to bring live coverage of the Governor's Question Time in the Legislative Council (2.30pm). Chris Patten is expected to announce details of discussions with the Executive Council about the talks with China, and the wayforward for his political reform package.

2 Dec 1993 - 12:00am

Kick TVB into touch

AS Michael Peart and Teri Fitsell have both expressed their feelings towards the coverage of Italian Football on TVB, I thought I'd better add my two pennies' worth in the hope that the more complaints there are regarding this programme, the more chance there is TVB will do something about it. In a word, the coverage is awful!

7 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Soccer kicks off on wrong foot

I AM in total sympathy with Teri Fitsell's comments concerning the Italian Football programme (South China Morning Post, September 29), now moved to Sunday mornings on TVB.

Over the past three years, the show has been by far and away the best soccer programme on TV. At a stroke, it is now the worst.

5 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Lai See packet tour

ONLY IN HONG KONG By Nury Vittachi (Incomprehensible Book, $99) SIMON Winchester's favourite Little Brown Writing Machine has done it again. Nury Vittachi, aka the South China Morning Post's Lai See and Jack-of-all-columns around Asia, has come up with another publication, hard on the heels of Execute Yourself Tonight.

4 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

What is politically correct?

I WAS disappointed by Teri Fitsell's analysis of The Deer Hunter (''Cimino's flawed masterpiece'', August 5). Cimino's film failed to meet her expectations on two points: the ''portrayal'' of the Vietnamese (South Vietnamese I presume?) as ''insulting'' and the ''larger questions of the United States' involvement in Vietnam''.

11 Aug 1993 - 12:00am

Mission implausible

SHADOW OVER BABYLON By David Mason (Bloomsbury, $255) IF you are going to spend the first four chapters of a book piling on the suspense before revealing the target of a top secret assassination plot, then it would seem wise not to stick the victim's picture on the front cover and splash his identity all over the blurb.

10 Jul 1993 - 12:00am