The Sunday Times Colour section - The North-West Frontier cover (2 December 1962)
The Sunday Times Colour section - The North-West Frontier cover (2 December 1962) Good condition - yellowing to pages due to age - light wear - there is a tear (and small piece of paper missing) at the top of the front cover - small tear at bottom of spine
Cover photo of Pathan tribesmen in the Khyber Pass area
THE UNCEASING BATTLEFIELD - This 'return journey' of the North-West Frontier is by John Masters, the fifth generation of his family to live and work in India.
7 page feature
THE BROKEN PROMISE OF ATOMIC POWER - Britain's great atomic power programme has reached a critical stage. Two power stations at Bradwell and Berkeley are working. More are under construction but there is still no assurance that they will be economic. We examine the situation
6 page feature
GRACIE FIELDS - Colin MacInne's choose Gracie in the third of his series, 'An age of idols'
1 page feature
"THE NURSERY THAT GROWS UP" - Design for living feature
Jon Bannenberg designed a nursery for three young children that would 'grow' with them until they left home.
One and a half page feature
ITALIAN RISOTTO - 'Great dishes of the world' by Robert Carrier
1 page feature
THE LAW - In the first of two articles, a barrister describes the courts in which a man may appear
1 page feature (mainly for children)
[the second article appeared in the 16th December issue]
"HEDDA GABLER, AT £1,666 A MINUTE" - On the 28 December, 50 million Britons and Americans will watch a TV showing of Ibsen's Hedda Gabler, transmitted from London and New York.
One and a half page black/white photo feature
Includes large photo of Alex Segal, Miss Bergman, Michael Redgrave, as her husband, George Tesman, and Dilys Hamlett as Mrs Elvsted. Half-page photo of Ralph Richardson. Small photo of Ingrid Bergman with Trevor Howard)
FASHION - "Five coats of colour"
One and a half page fashion photos