Sunday Times Magazine 10 September 1972 Violins Ludwig of Bavaria Silvana Mangano Piero Tosi
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Sunday Times Magazine 10 September 1972 Violins Ludwig of Bavaria Silvana Mangano Piero TosiThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, September 10, 1972. M6 the pattern of disaster: an analysis of the M6 pile-up of September 13, 1971 Britain's worst-ever motorway accident by Peter Gillman; diagrams by Ken Lewis and" Roy Castle. Page 22
Tuned for battle: Stradivari or not Stradivari the bitter conict of the violin experts, described by Ian Cotton; Photographs by Alain le Garsmeur. Page 30
Paperback rider: prole of a highly successful thriller- writer- ex-steeplechase jockey Dick Francis - by James Fox; photograph by David Reed. Page 37 lm on the life and death of Ludwig of Bavaria photo graphed by Eva Sereny; the work of the designer, Piero Tosi, assessed by Meriel McCooey. Page 42
The six-day spectacular: the excitement and dangers of the six-day cycling circus, by Peter Crookston; photographs by Colin Jones.. Page 50
Tutankhamnns Chinese rivals: the treasures of a 2000 year-old Chinese tomb, described by Sherman E. Lee and Wai-kam Ho; photographs by Marc Riboud. Page 58
Marking time? What use is an extra year at school? The second part of our survey on the elfects of raising the school-leaving age to 16, by John Fryer; photographs by John Hodder. Page 62
The curse of the islands: the North Sea boom, and its effect on the Shetlands, by Richard West; photographs by John Bulmer. Page 67
Best of British: the British nalists - and their recipes - for our Best Cook in Europe contest. Report by Margaret Costa. Page 77
Chess by C. H. OD. Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crosword. Page 82.
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