Telegraph magazine - Manu Tuilagi cover (26 January 2013)
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JOAN BURSTEIN - "The world of" 2 pages
MANU TUILAGI is the England rugby team's human wrecking ball, capable of changing a game singlehandedly. On the eve of the Six Nations, he tells Mark Bailey how he learnt the sport the hardest way, dodging rocks, pig dung and six big brothers in his native Samoa Four and a half pages
FLIGHT TO THE UNKNOWN - In 1897 the Swedish explorer SA Andree and two companions sett off in a hydrogen balloon to find the North Pole. The expedition was doomed to failure, bit it wasn't until 1930 that seal hunters found the remains of the Andree party, along with their diaries. Alec Wilkinson describes the team's final journey 5 pages
MARK BIRLEY - The contents of the Mayfair club owner Mark Birley's house are coming up for sale, six years after his death. Matthew Dennison looks at the treasures amassed by the bon vivant who provided such elegant playgrounds for the rich Four and a half pages
CHANEL HIGHLAND - Tweed and tartan, sporrans and pearls - a Chanel extravaganza among the ruins of Linlithgow Palace celebrated the fashion house's long association with Scotland. The artist David Downton was on hand to record the occasion in words and pictures 3 pages
MARTIN KEMP remembers a trip to New York with Spandau Ballet, 1981 1 page