The Sunday Times magazine - 7 September 1986 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age
IRMA KURTZ AND HER MOTHER MYRA - "Relative Values"
SURVIVING CHERNOBYL - When a nuclear reactor caught fire at the Chernobyl power station in April, 100,000 Russians were exposed to radiation, some dozens fatally. At once Robert Gale, a bone marrow transplant specialist in California, offered his techniques (essential if any of the most serious cases were to survive) and flew to Moscow. There he operated on 13 victims, of whom five lived. This is his account of what it was like, with his own photographs
DAVID SULLIVAN - 3 pages
PICASSO'S HIDDEN WORLD REVEALED - In the first of two articles John Russell discusses the private sketch-books of Pablo Picasso, now on public display for the first time
DOTTY DAYS AT SEA - Roald Dahl writes about an encounter with a bizarre bunch of eccentric British colonials on a sea voyage to East Africa in 1938
THE COMTESSE DE PARIS - "A life in the day of"