Sunday Times Magazine 28 October 1973 John McVicar Edward Kennedy Cybill Shepherd

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Sunday Times Magazine 28 October 1973 John McVicar Edward Kennedy Cybill Shepherd
Portrait of a Criminal: jailbreak John McVicar's remarkable account of his escape from the maximum security wing at Durham Prison. Page 26 Black in South Africa: an examination of the conditions among the black races of South Africa; report and photographs by Eve Arnold. Page 55 MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! The final week of our series. Making money by collecting; making money on the Stock Exchange; making money by opening a small business; by Nicholas Faith, Russell Ash and Philip Clarke; photographs by Brian Shuel. Page 68 The Inheritor: a profile of Senator Edward Kennedy by Philip Norman; illustration by Jean Lagarrigue. Page 78 Fresh as a Daisy: Cybill Shepherd, who plays the title role in the film of Henry James's Daisy Miller, talks to Meriel McCooey; photographs by Eva Sereny. Page 90 Close-up A new section on the lively arts The house that James built by Mark Amory and Valerie Wade; photographs by Tony Evans Page 94 The Girl from Tiffany's by James Fox; photograph by Eva Sereny Page 98 You want the best seats who has them? by Mike Bygrave; diagram by Ken Lewis. Page 101 Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Mephisto Crossword. Page 105 

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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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