The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Rudolf Nureyev cover (15 August 2004)
The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Rudolf Nureyev cover (15 August 2004) Good condition - some light wear
MARGARET DRABBLE - She's a novelist who loathes writing, a child of the 1960s who never misbehaved, a happily married woman who lived apart from her husband for years. Margaret Drabble tells Nigel Farndale of her hatred of 'pigeonholing'
RUDOLF NUREYEV - He was ballet's favourite Prince Charming, its brightest ever star, but away from the spotlight things were rather different. Carolyn Soutar remembers the real Rudolf Nureyev
LITTLE PEOPLE OF AMERICA CONVENTION - Deborah Netburn reports from the 47th annual Little People of America convention 4 and a half pages
METALLICA - Are the members of the heavy-metal band Metallica - creators of songs such as 'Am I Evil?' - the angriest men alive? Not after two years of counselling, all of it filmed for posterity. Chuck Klosterman reports on a rockumentary so funny it could be a spoof, and asks the band if they believe they can live happily ever after