The Sunday Times magazine - 31 August 1986 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age
SIR JOHN MILLS AND HIS DAUGHTER HAYLEY - "Relative Values"
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO PARADISE? - John Mortimer discusses the post-war dream and what became of it. His 12-week series on the very theme, Paradise Postponed, begins soon on Thames Television with Annette Crosbie and Michael Horden
LADIES IN WRITING - Susan Crosland profiles the Pakenhams - our own dynasty of talent with a very strong female line of prolific and successful writers
LIBBY PURVES - "A life in the day of"
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Martell cognac
- Cross ballpoint pen
- Honda Accord [2 pages]
- Barclays Bank [2 pages]
- Grand Hotel, Brighton
- Fiat [2 pages]
- Midland Bank
- Toyota Starlet [2 pages]
- Benson and Hedges cigarettes