The Sunday Times magazine - Britain For Sale cover (27 March 1966)
The Sunday Times magazine - Britain For Sale cover (27 March 1966) Poor to fair condition - lots of stress tearing around staples - edge of front cover is very badly worn - some foxing to rear cover - yellowing to page edges due to age
JULIE CHRISTIE - 1 page full colour photo of Julie in 'All things bright and beautiful'
WINCHESTER: THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE - Like many public schools, Winchester is exclusive. Godfrey Hodgson examines the school and its dilemma
4 page feature
TWICKENHAM RUGBY - The key male festival of the English winter solstice. What the point is - and what the Rugby ethos means - Michael Green explains
5 page feature
WHAT WILL IT COST TO MAKE THE MEDICINE WORK? - The National Health Service is 18 years old next July. We examine the health of everybody's institution
2 page feature
YES, SIR, THAT'S MY BABY-MINDER - 1 page feature on nannies
THE BROMLEY PROPHET - 7 page feature on H. G. Wells
PHILIP LARKIN - 2 page feature
MARKS AND SPENCER - "The gospel according to St Michael" "Don't ask the price, it's a penny." That was how Marks and Spencer began. Today it's a service a few million couldn't do without. What's the secret?
2 page feature
PRIVATE EYE - "Lunchtime O'Booze hits back"
A personal view by Nicholas Tomalin
BRITAIN - We asked schoolchildren (aged between 12 and 15) in Kenya, Germany, Japan, Russia and India what they knew about us and what they thought of us. Here, we give their replies
1 page feature
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Terylene: "Adam and Ina fall for Terylene" (Adam Faith and Ina)
- Philadelphia cream cheese spread