Sunday Times Magazine 12 October 1975 Isabelle Adjani Sudan Tribes Rock Music Report
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Sunday Times Magazine 12 October 1975 Isabelle Adjani Sudan Tribes Rock Music ReportThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, October 12, 1975 Made in Manchester: Nobby Carr, survivor in a tough city, talks to Bel Mooney; photographs by Philip Jones-Griffiths. Page 22 The painting in my life: Clive James makes his choice in our occasional series in which writers discuss the painting they would most like to possess. Page 35 The splendour of a forgotten tribe: the first part of a unique photo-graphic report on the customs and people of three remote mountain villages in the south of Sudan, by Leni Riefenstahl. James Fox reports on the villagers and their traditions. Page 40 Starring Isabelle: the impact of Isabelle Adjani, the 20-year-old French actress, by Francis Wyndham; colour photograph by David Bailey. Page 60 The Rock Report: The second week of our three-part critical who's who of the music and its makers, plus details of a special triple-album offer to Sunday Times readers on page 72. Page 64 A voice from the ranks- the influence a backbencher can have on the Government - a profile of Tam Dalyell, MP for West Lothian, by Nesta Wyn Ellis; illustration by Michael Leonard.
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