The Chap Issue 90

The Chap Issue 90

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A special bumper edition to mark the 90th issue of The Chap in December 2016 had eight extra pages, a spiffing new spine and a Divine Comedian on the cover: Neil Hannon, who explained in an extensive interview how he came up with the Father Ted theme, why he loves 80s synth pop and why he made two albums about cricket. Harold Pinter’s love of the English national sport was featured, as well as Anthony Newley’s ambitious attempt to become an art house film director. Tom Cutler explained the nitty gritty of Donald Trump’s inferior presidential wardrobe, while Jock Rawlings looked at Eugen Sandow, the Edwardian strong man who invented modern bodybuilding. Plus: the Dandizette profile: Louise Brooks, cardigans, saddle bags, the Handel sex-scandal and further notes from Chap Behind Bars.

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A special bumper edition to mark the 90th issue of The Chap in December 2016 had eight extra pages, a spiffing new spine and a Divine Comedian on the cover: Neil Hannon, who explained in an extensive interview how he came up with the Father Ted theme, why he loves 80s synth pop and why he made two albums about cricket. Harold Pinter’s love of the English national sport was featured, as well as Anthony Newley’s ambitious attempt to become an art house film director. Tom Cutler explained the nitty gritty of Donald Trump’s inferior presidential wardrobe, while Jock Rawlings looked at Eugen Sandow, the Edwardian strong man who invented modern bodybuilding. Plus: the Dandizette profile: Louise Brooks, cardigans, saddle bags, the Handel sex-scandal and further notes from Chap Behind Bars.