Sunday Times Magazine 16 September 1973 Gore Vidal Cricket Colin Milburn Marilyn Monroe

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Sunday Times Magazine 16 September 1973 Gore Vidal Cricket Colin Milburn Marilyn Monroe
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, September 16, 1973 Domestic Politics: 14 Cabinet Ministers talk to Meriel McCooey about their private lives; photographs by Brian Seed, Leonard Freed and Donald McCullin. Page 26 Behind The Face of the Gifted Bitch: a profile of Gore Vidal, novelist, playwright, international socialite, by Susan Barnes, photograph by David Bailey. Page 44 Marilyn Scars in Suburbia: the first part of our serialisation of Norman Mailer's biography of Marilyn Monroe, illustrated by some of the world's greatest photographers. Page 55 Kalgoorlie Notebook: one of an occasional series by our writers abroad, by Bill Cater; photographs by Richard Woldendorp. Page 78 Three-Course Race: week 3 the dinner party; concluding 1 a three-part cooking series by Margaret Costa; illustration by Dan Fern. Page 85 Turkey: Case for the Prosecution: a report on the campaign to expel Turkey from the Council of Europe on the grounds of the excesses of its military regime; by Peter Pringle. Page 94 Hitting Back: the return to first class cricket of Colin Milburn, by Norman Harris; photograph by Brian Seed. Page 100 Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Mephisto Crossword. Page 117. Sept 1973.

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The Sunday Times Magazine is a popular supplement to The Sunday Times newspaper. The Sunday Times Magazine became Britain's first colour newspaper supplement on its launch in February 1962. Over the past 50 years Sunday Times Magazine regularly featured impressive images by many of the worlds leading photographers. Known for it continual supply of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Nicholas Tomalin and Jilly Cooper.
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