Sunday Times Magazine March 21, 1976 Laurie Cunningham Football Brian Glanville EMI cinemas

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Sunday Times Magazine March 21, 1976 Laurie Cunningham Football Brian Glanville EMI cinemas
The Sunday Times Magazine Contents, March 21, 1976

Cover: photograph of Laurie Cunningham by David Montgomery

LIPESPAN Racing - how good are the tipsters ? Page 15
Food - a survey of stock substitutes. Page 17
Consumers - new international symbols. Page 17
Collecting - assessing the market for lesser antiques. Page 18
Nostalgia - vintage photographs for the record. Page 21
Gardening - the Two-Hour Garden in book form. Page 21
Children - the future of the school play. Page 22
Marketing - challenging advertisers' claims; this week: dry cat-food. Page 23
Banking - how to make the best use of your bank. Page 25
Profile - Robert Webster, managing director of EMI cinemas. Page 26
Enduring Fashion: a V & A exhibition of 40 years of fashion - and the story behind one of its historic dresses, by Celia Haddon; colour photograph by David Montgomery. Page 30
The great black hope: who will be the first black player to win an English soccer cap? By Brian Glanville, photograph by David Montgomery. Page 36
All the King's ladies and all the King's men: how King's College Cambridge is coping with co-residency. Report by Tina Brown; photograph by Leonie. Finlay. Page 46
The free frontier: warriors of the Khyber Pass, by Brian Moynahan; photograph by Kelvin Brodie. Page 54

Rear cover is crinkled/creased

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.

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