Sunday Times Magazine 4 November 1973 George Grosz Art Ohio Killings McVicar Sabina Chebichi
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Sunday Times Magazine 4 November 1973 George Grosz Art Ohio Killings McVicar Sabina ChebichiThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, November 4, 1973. The Man who was Q: 7 pages of a first-hand account of a disastrous expedition by Britain's secret service, recounted by one of the men who took part. By Phillip Knightley; photographs by Alain le Garsmeur. Page 28 Running Wild: Sabina Chebichi, the remarkable girl athlete from the Kenyan bush. 2 ½ page article By Ralph Hawkins; photographs by John Reader. Page 42 Death on the Campus: a 6 page pictorial re-examination of the fatal shootings at Kent State University, compiled by Peter Davies; report by Peter Gillman. Page 46 The Bastard from Berlin: the last sardonic comment, in the form of photo-montages never before published, of George Grosz, the great German satirical artist. 11 page article By Robert Melville; research by Roger Law. Page 58 Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Mephisto Crossword. Page 77 A Pride of Littlehamptons by Osbert Lancaster. Page 78 Osborne on Olivier by Logan Gourlay. Page 83 The Belstone Fox by George Perry; photograph by Barry Lategan. Page 90 Portrait of a Criminal: Part Two - an extract from the remarkable document written by John McVicar in an attempt to analyse and explain his choice of crime as a profession. Page 94 Pumpkin eaters: culinary uses for the Halloween pumpkin, by Margaret Costa. Page 113. Nov 1973.
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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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