Sunday Times Magazine 21 October 1973 Valery Galina Panov Kirov Ballet Japan Aldous Huxley
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Sunday Times Magazine 21 October 1973 Valery Galina Panov Kirov Ballet Japan Aldous HuxleyThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, October 21, 1973 MONEY!MONEY!MONEY! The second in our three part series on how to make money, how to make more of it, and how to keep it. By Nicholas Faith and Lesley Garner. Illustrations by John Burns and Carol Binch; photographs by Aerofilms. Page 26 Mr Trout meets his Waterloo: an extract from P. G. Wodehouse's latest novel, Bachelors Anonymous; Nicolas Bentley, drew the pictures. Page 42 The Japanese cataclysm: a critical examination of the Japanese miracle 15 page article by Alex Mitchell; photographs by Donald McCullin. Page 56 GARDENERS GUIDE Six months on: a progress report on the gardeners who followed our guide; photographs by Alain le Garsmeur. Page 78 The Two-Hour Garden - Stage 17 including: planting a fruit tree; plus -The Secret Garden. Page 81 Two dancers without an audience: Valery and Galina Panov, the two dancers banned from the Kirov Ballet, talk to Robert McFarlane. Page 85 Close-up A new section on the lively arts The Gothic Air-Conditioner by Charles Jencks, photographs by Laurie Lewis. Page 92 Whose doodle? The scribbles of the famous. Page 96 Htudey's Boswell by Mark Amory; photograph by Leonard Freed. Page 98 Guess what's coming on TV by Angela and Elkan Allan. Page 100. Forbidden fruit: the novel slimming diet of Robert C. Atkins, by Valerie Wade; photographs by Eva Sereny. Page 104 Chess by C. H. O'D Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword Page 113. Oct 1973
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