The Sunday Times magazine - Behind The Camouflage cover (15 September 1985)
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CONSETT: THE JOBLESS YEARS - Five years ago Consett, in Co Durham, earned itself the title of "the Jarrow of the 1980s" when the steelworks paid off the last 3700 of its workers and closed down. How has the town fared since then?
A TOUCH OF KLAUS - On the eve of the London Philharmonic Orchestra's season at the Royal Festival Hall Norman Lebrecht profiles the man who restored it to the forefront of world orchestras - 59-year-old Klaus Tennstedt
THE MARATHON OF MAGIC - The World Magic Congress in Madrid this summer turned out to be something of an illusion
THE HEART OF THE KILLING MACHINE - What exactly is it like to be a soldier in the British Army today? Officers and men of of an infantry regiment, in this extract from a new book, talk with great candour about life within their closed society
PRETTY FANCY FOOTWORK - The art of painting the human body by Bernd Bauer, the world's most original make-up artist, who comes to London in February next year. Georgina Howell went off to Cologne to see him in action