Sunday Times Magazine April 4 1976 Paul McCartney & Wings Saigon New regime
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Sunday Times Magazine April 4 1976 Paul McCartney & Wings Saigon New regimeThe Sunday Times Magazine April 4 1976 Paul McCartney & Wings Saigon New regime
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, April 4, 1976 Cover: Wings, photographed by David Montgomery: (left to right) Joe English, Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney, Denny Laine. Foreground: Jimmy McCulloch.
Paul McCartney confessions of an unemployed Beatle: as Wings embark on their first. American tour, Paul talks to Hunter Davies about his life since the Beatle days. Photographs by David Montgomery. Page 46
Vietnam Class of '76: a year after the fall of Saigon to the Commun-ists, a view of life under the new regime. Photographs by Marc Riboud, commentary by Philip Jacobson. Page 36
Free as the Wind: energy without fuel Tony Osman looks at the resurgence of the windmill; photographs by Ian Yeomans. Page 26
Up the Workers: the smart new line in boiler suits, by Meriel McCooey; photographs by Sacha. Page 68
Home Town: Sir Monty Finniston on his childhood in Glasgow; photograph by Peter Howe. Page 70
Children the new range of activity holidays. Children the lure of the Saturday morning movies. Food Cinnamon, our spice of the week. Collecting the money in old currency notes. Advertising peanuts from the jungle? Fashion the rift behind London's Fashion Week. Nostalgia another photograph from Yesterday's Album. Outdoors Britain's snakes, and how to live with them. Food profile of London's own French master chef.
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