The Daily Telegraph magazine - Clement Freud cover (20 September 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Clement Freud cover (20 September 1968) Fair to good condition - there is age wear to spine - small tear at edge of front cover (and also affects page 3) - light creasing to bottom corner of front cover - yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in pencil at the bottom of the rear cover
Cover photo: Clement Freud holding his student pilot's licence
HAZARDS OF AN ARMS INSPECTOR IN BASINGSTOKE - Exclusive report on a unique military exercise to establish that armesi can be reduced in size peacefully, by agreement
One and a half page feature
IF YOU WALK AWAY FROM IT, IT'S A LANDING - Clement Freud reports on how he learned to fly in just 11 hours
AIR ON A SHOE STRING - To fly your own small plane makes sound economic sense, but it is slow to catch on partly because of lack of Government interest
3 page feature
"I NEVER THINK BEYOND TODAY" - (Four freedoms of marriage, Part 2)
In this second extract from Drusilla Beyfus's new book 'The English Marriage', Alexander and Rosie discuss how they opted out of conventional society
"LIKE SOMETHING OUT OF A NIGHTMARE" - The first of two extracts from Dom Moraes's forthcoming autobiography 'My Son's Father'
Two and a quarter pages
THE HOUSE THAT JACQUELINE BUILT - Jacqueline Inchbaldn describes the improvements she made to a terraced house in Pimlico bought two years ago
4 page feature
COOKERY - "Making pies"
(by Robert Carrier)