The Sunday Times magazine - 80s Special Issue (3 December 1989)
Fair to good condition - light wear throughout - magazine has been read
The 80s are almost over, and with it an era. In this issue, we take a look at what was done and said, and what it meant. Plus we take a look at some of the people without whom things would have been different.
KINGSLEY AMIS AND HIS SON MARTIN - "Relative Values"
One and a half pages
10 YEARS AT HOME - At the heart of our survey of the decade are 11 people who embody important aspects of the temper of 80s Britain.
- Margaret Thatcher (4 page photos in No 10 Downing Street)
- Salman Rushdie (2 pages)
- Eric Hammond (2 pages)
- Bob Geldof (2 pages)
- Joan Collins (2 pages)
- Princess Diana (double-page newspaper headlines)
- George Davies (one and a half pages)
- Quinlan Terry (2 pages)
- Lord Armstrong (one and a half pages)
- Ian Botham (2 pages)
- Russell Harty (1 page)
THE BEST AND WORST OF THE EIGHTIES - 8 page feature
"EVENTS EVERYWHERE" - A very short history of the world (by Peter Wilsher)
Four and a half pages (focus on 1980-1989)
"ALL SAID AND DONE" - Quotes compiled by Jonathon Green