SUNDAY TIMES Magazine 22 September 1974 showmen of Llandudno Flo Ziegfeld John Fowles Human brain

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SUNDAY TIMES Magazine 22 September 1974 showmen of Llandudno Flo Ziegfeld John Fowles Human brain
SUNDAY TIMES Magazine 22 September 1974

Cover: the human computer - colour-coded X-ray of the human brain by Howard Sochurek 

Oh, they love it no end! Oh, they love it to death!": the shows and showmen of Llandudno by Philip Norman; photographs by Jill Freedman. Page 20 

Tales out of school: John Fowles talks to Mark Amory about his career; photograph by Roger Scruton. Page 33 

THE FACTS OF LIFE The second week in our new 10-week pull-out series about Man - his quest for knowledge about himself and the discoveries he has made over the past 400 years. Page 39 

The useful art of Utility: wartime austerity reappraised. By William Feaver; photographs by Tony Evans. Page 68 

Ziegfeld's Back!: the current revival of Flo Ziegfeld and the story of his famous Follies by Bill Cater; photograph by Duffy. Page 76 

Has some heavy wear - creasing and tearing around staples.

The Sunday Times Magazine is a 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, The Sunday Times magazine has featured stunning images by many of the world’s great photographers, including Don McCullin, Eve Arnold, RichardAvedon, David Bailey, Sam Taylor-Wood, Terry-O’Neill, Chris Floyd and Stuart Franklin. As well as a string of sumptuously presented images areworks from the magazine by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooperand Nicholas Tomalin.

All items are professionally packed in high quality rigid all cardboard mailers. We do not use board backed paper envelopes. Magazines are placed in cellophane bags and then taped inside the mailer to keep it free from corners where damage can occur.
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