The Sunday Times magazine - 10 August 1986 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age
HUGH JOHNSON AND HIS DAUGHTER LUCY - "Relative Values"
EGYPT ON THE BRINK - There are very rich men in Cairo. There are also Cairenes living in rubbish dumps whose anger is on the brink of explosion. David Blundy met the rich and the poor at a critical point in the life of Egypt
MARY QUANT - Behind her diffident, soft-spoken manner lurks a will of iron. Mary Quant, a natural survivor, just won't go away. Shirley Lowe reports overleaf. Photographs by Snowdon
MICHAEL CAINE ON HOLLYWOOD PARTIES - 'I don't need a job, I'm very amusing and I have a very beautiful wife.' These simple attributes put Michael Caine and Shakira Caine in Hollywood's A-group, the rarefied strata that goes to the smartest parties in town. Here he finally comes clean about the nobs and snobs, the bores and boobs that nightly lie in wait...
GARY KASPAROV - "A life in the day of"
Full-page advertisement pages:
- BMW 325i converible [2 pages]
- Honda Accord [2 pages]
- Toyota Corolla GT [2 pages]
- Henri Wintermans cigars
- Ford Orion Ghia Injection [2 pages]