Sunday Times Magazine 3 December 1972 Alex Higgins Asa Briggs Foulk Brothers Mao's China

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Sunday Times Magazine 3 December 1972 Alex Higgins Asa Briggs Foulk Brothers Mao's China
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, December 3, 1972

After Apollo: the American series of moon landings ends this week with Apollo 17. Tony Osman reports on the future of manned exploration in space. Illustration by Ken Lewis.

The galloping professor: prole of Asa Briggs by Godfrey Smith. Photograph: Snowdon.

Carstairs analyses the ultimate symptom, suicide. Plus - a directory of organisations you can turn to for help in time of stress, and a book-list.

The contented dragon: Donald McCullin photographs the new, more mellow face of Mao’s China; text by Frank Giles.

The Legion hall Hustler: Gordon Burn describes the rise of Alex Higgins, the most unlikely World Snooker Champion in the history of the game. Photographs by David Reed.

Foster mother goose: photographs by Des and Jen Bartlett of the snow geese they adopted and other birds they observed while making a lm at Hudson Bay. Commentary by Meriel McCooey.

Foulk heroes: Philip Norman describes how the pop- promoting Foulk brothers have fared since the Isle of Wight Festival. Photographs by Alain le Garsmeur. Bird tables: new and traditional ways with the Christmas fowl, by Margaret Costa; illustration by Julian Allen .

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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. As well as a string of sumptuously presented images are works by many highly regarded writers such as Ian Fleming, Martin Amis, Zoe Heller, James Fox, Bruce Chatwin, Jilly Cooper and Nicholas Tomalin.
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