Sunday Times Magazine 3 November 1974 Sir Robert Mark Agatha Christie Charlie Chaplin
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Sunday Times Magazine 3 November 1974 Sir Robert Mark Agatha Christie Charlie ChaplinThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, November 3, 1974
Top of the Cops: the career of Sir Robert Mark, the most powerful policeman in Britain, by James Fox. Portrait by Anna Zinkeisen; cover photograph: Snowdon. Page 24 Cooking for Love: in the latest of our occasional series on amateur cooks, Evelyn Rose introduces the Jewish cooking of Alexandra Baron; photographs by David Reed. Page 40 Close,-up My Life in Pictures: the last of three extracts from the new pictorial autobiography of Charlie Chaplin. Page 44 Your Petrol and You: the petrol companies and their sales techniques, compared by Norman Harris; photographs by Alain le Garsmeur and Clive Crook. Page 54 Getting the most from your car: Norman Harris on the best ways to save fuel. Page 61 Murders Never Cease: Agatha Christie, awaiting the release of yet another film version of one of her detective novels, photographed by Snowdon. Page 70 THE FACTS OF LIFE Part 8 of our 10-week series charting man's discovery of himself, his mind and his body. Details of binder offer on page 83. Page 73 Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Chess by Peter Clarke; Mephisto Crossword. Page 90
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 worlds 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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