The Sunday Times magazine - 9 February 1986 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age
STAN STENNETT AND HIS SON ROGER - "Relative Values"
THE MAJOR'S LEGACY - This is the village of Great Tew, the centre of a once beautiful Oxfordshire estate. Why have many of the estate's assets been allowed to moulder for decades? Why is the new owner, James Johnston, so reluctant to be photographed? Why did the reclusive Major Eustace Robb leave the 5000-acre estate and all his property to Johnston and not to his own relations? A rural mystery unfolds
SIGUE SIGUE SPUTNIK - Overnight success has to be carefully planned. So Tony James has spent years preparing his group, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, for stardom. And they haven't even had a record released yet
LAST STAND ON SMILING HILL - Rob Hughes visits Ronald B. Perkins, an 82-year-old former rubber planter still upholding the old colonial way of life in Malaysia
LISA HOWARTH - One of Britain's more unlikely world champions is Lisa Howarth, a Chashire typist who has kicked her way to the top of the dangerous sport of Thai boxing
KITTY GODFREE - "A life in the day of"
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Mercedes-Benz 200-300E series [3 pages]
- Microsoft [2 pages]
- Daihatsu Foutrak [2 pages]