Time Out Magazine No 534 July 1980 Test Cricket London Transport Formula One C.L.R. James
Time Out Magazine No 534 July 11-17 1980.
Learning the British Way.
Asian schoolkids talk about their
imperialist educations to John Rose. .... 7
Transport to Nowhere ..........10
London Transport is at virtual
breakdown point, Fares have risen
58% over the last four years. Steve
Haywood, Duncan Campbell and
Steve Peak look at the services,
Statistics, the employees and the
Passengers in a special 4 page report.
The Caribbean Mind. ...........15
Mike Phillips meets the celebrated
author of ‘The Black Jacobins C.L.R. James.
Test Pattern for a Revolution. ......18
Phil Shaw talks cricket with Yorkshire
manager Ray Illingworth.
No One Uses Four Letter Words .....21
The home leg of Formula one motor racing world
championship at Brands Hatch. Adrianne Blue
looks at one of the few remaining Blood sports.
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