The Sunday Correspondent was a short-lived British weekly national broadsheet newspaper. The newspaper first appeared on 17 September 1989 and ceased publication on 25 November 1990.
List of articles in the library
Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Sunday Correspondent, September 1989
AARON NEVILLE has to be one of black music's more extraordinary characters. There can be few experiences as disarming as hearing the voice of an ...
Dion: The King of the Noo Yawk Streets Comes Home
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Sunday Correspondent, September 1989
WHEN DION DiMucci made his major comeback at New York's Radio City Music Hall two years ago, he was joined onstage by an all-star quartet ...
The Blue Nile, Danny Wilson: The Soul of Scotland: Danny Wilson/The Blue Nile
Profile and Interview by Barney Hoskyns, Sunday Correspondent, October 1989
"THE WHOLE Scottish scene is getting a little out of hand", admits Ronnie Gurr, an affable, affluent-looking Scotsman who, in his capacity as a roving ...
Danny Thompson: Romance From A Bit Of A Raver
Profile and Interview by Mark Cooper, Sunday Correspondent, 22 October 1989
Breaking the rules comes easily to double-bass player Danny Thompson, says Mark Cooper ...
John Martyn: Starting again at the bottom
Report and Interview by Sean O'Hagan, Sunday Correspondent, 18 March 1990
TWO YEARS AGO, after Island Records rejected his last LP; John Martyn entered a "black period" that lasted six months. In an alcoholic haze, he ...
Report and Interview by Cynthia Rose, Sunday Correspondent, 29 April 1990
The duties of KISS pirate radio DJs once included rigging rooftop transmitters and guarding the door. Now Saatchis are telling them: "Your account is worth ...
Madonna: The Empress' New Clothes
Essay by Barney Hoskyns, Sunday Correspondent, 26 May 1990
As Britain limbers up for her Blonde Ambition tour and Dick Tracy movie, Barney Hoskyns casts a sceptical eye over the talents of Madonna Louise ...
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