The Daily Telegraph magazine - Living Outdoors cover (19 July 1968)
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The Daily Telegraph magazine - Living Outdoors cover (19 July 1968) Fair condition for age - there is light age wear to cover and to spine - light age wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - some tears around edges of rear cover - an address has been written in pencil at the top of the rear cover
CAN TV's "LOST WEEKEND" BE BROUGHT TO LIFE? - The 'new-look' ITV (starting in a fortnight) gives Granada and London Weekend a major role at the weekends. A panel of critics puts a list of complaints about 'fleapit TV' to the men in charge of weekend viewing
One and a half page feature
A NEW CHAPTER IN THE STORY OF CHRIST? - Feature on Professor Yigael Yadin who is working on a new scroll which describes the pre-Christian Jewish Essene sect whose dogmas were used by Christ in his teachings
4 page feature
HENRY MOORE - "Visions In Three Dimensions"
The second of three weekly extracts. Here the sculptor discusses the relationship between Art and Nature
Five and a half pages
CHILDREN WHO LIVE UNSEEN - Concluding a series on child cruelty, we tell how authorities in Britain and abroad face the problem of children doomed to life in institutions
One and a half pages
AN EXTRA ROOM OUT OF DOORS - In the first of a two-part series, Margaret Duckett reports on the latest in garden furniture
Full-page advertisement pages:
- White Horse - "You can take a White Horse anywhere" (with photo of white horse standing on doorstep of a large property)