Articles & Interviews 1990s

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1999
The Independent (UK)
April 3, 1999
The Saturday Profile: Robert Carlyle, Actor: A man for all regions
Official James Bond Magazine (UK)
1999
Robert Carlyle, Renard
Starbust (UK)
December 1999
Robert Carlyle: In the new Bond movie, Robert Carlyle is bald, Bosnian and bad...
Loaded (UK)
April 1999
Hamish McSafe Cracker goes Montyspotting
GQ (UK)
October 1999
Men of the year: Robert Carlyle
Flicks (UK)
April 1999
Robert Carlyle & Jonny Lee Miller: Daylight Robbery
GQ (UK)
December 1999
Celebrity Decadence
Front (UK)
December 1999
The name is Carlyle... Bobby Dazzler
Face (UK)
April 1999
Robert Carlyle Q&A
The Guardian (UK)
March 28, 1999
Method man
The Guardian (UK)
August 5, 1999
Robert Carlyle / Antonia Bird interview
Women's Journal (UK)
1999
Vogue (UK)
July 1999
Good enough to eat
Time Out: London (UK)
March 31 - April 7, 1999
The Sunday Telegraph (UK)
1999
The London Times (UK)
1999
The Courier Mail (UK)
Men's Journal (US)
1999
Heat (UK)
1999
Black & White Magazine (UK)
1999
Empire (UK)
May 1999
Rob Royal
Film Review (UK)
May 1999
Film of the Month
FHM (Italy)
April 1999
Gear (US)
May/June 1999
Robert Carlyle is ready for his close-up
HQ (US)
May/June 1999
Sunday Magazine (UK)
March 28, 1999
FHM (UK)
April 1999
Hit Man
1998
Premiere (US)
May 1998
Fine young cannibals
In Britain (UK)
December 1998
My bit of, Britain
The Radio Times (UK)
January 17-23, 1998
The Carlyle express
The Times Magazine (UK) - #2 -
January 17, 1998
Max (Italy)
May 1998
Robert Carlyle
Esquire (UK)
March 1998
The Esquire Interview: Robert Carlyle
The Sunday Mail (UK)
February 1998
Give us the full monty, Bobby!
The Face (UK)
May 1998
Butch Begbie and the Sick Boy Kid
Premiere (Japan)
December 1998
Cosmopolitan (UK)
1998
Men we love as voted by Cosmo readers
1997
The Sunday Times: Culture (UK)
August 31, 1997
The bare-faced check of it
Premiere (US)
February 1997
Actor Robert Carlyle: Trainspotting's psycho chills out
Interview (US)
September 1997
Over the Moon
Empire (UK)
February 1997
Trainspotting's psycho goes to Nicaragua with Ken Loach for Carla's Song
The Herald Scotland (UK)
March 12, 1997
Now on to his next beat
New York Times (US)
August 18, 1997
A Man Who's True To His Convictions
Total Film (UK)
October 1997
Sight and Sound (UK) - #10
October 1997
The Radio Times (UK)
March 15 - 21, 1997
W Magazine (US)
1997
US Weekly (US)
1997
TV Guide (US)
1997
Entertainment Weekly (US)
September 5, 1997
Scotland Card
The Guardian (UK)
January 131, 1997
Hard man, soft man - But what's Robert Carlyle really like?
The Daily Record (UK)
December 11, 1997
Bobby's wedding is The Full Monty.
The Mirror (UK)
November 1997
(Interview with ex-girlfriend) - I was Bobby's girl and believed he would triumph in the end.
The Mirror (UK)
August 23, 1997
Women were lusting for my body; Hamish TV hunk Robert exposes his raw talent
The Daily Record (UK)
August 19, 1997
Posing pouch made star go ouch.
The Sunday Mail (UK)
December 28, 1997
LOVE IS IN THE AIR!; Bobby's bliss.
The Mirror (UK)
November 11, 1997
TV Hamish to wed in secret
The Mirror (UK)
March 22, 1997
Ex marks the plot for Hamish Macbeth
The Sunday Mirror (UK)
August 12, 1997
Hamish Macbott gets that loving feeling..; TV COP'S BONNY NEW GIRL.
Empire (UK)
November 1997
Made in Britain
Neon (UK)
November 1997
The invisible man
The Face (UK)
August 1997
Gang stars paradise
Elle (UK)
February 1997
Tender is the nutter
The Radio Times (UK)
March 22-28, 1997
1996
The Radio Times (UK)
March 30 - April 5, 1996
Everybody's Local Hero
Dagens Nyheter (Sweden)
October 7, 1996
Dazed & Confused (UK)
November 1996
It's not a peak moment in the life of Robert Carlyle. He's stuck in Plockton, a village in the far north of Scotland. It's late, it's pouring.
The Face (UK)
August 1996
We know from Trainspotting and Cracker that Robert Carlyle can make psychos seem of roles. We also know that something strange lurks behind his mischievous glint and frigteningly real, and from Hamish Macbeth that he can throw a curve into the lightest skewed smile - but we're not sure we want to find out what is...
The Big Issue: Scotland (UK)
March 1996
From bampot Begbie to nice copper Hamish Macbeth...has Robert Carlyle gone soft? Iain S Bruce finds out
1995
GQ (UK)
July 1995
The role of Hamish Macbeth has not cursed Robert Carlyle
The Herald Scotland (UK)
March 8, 1995
Hail Carlyle, man of many parts.
The Radio Times (UK)
March 25-31, 1995