The Daily Telegraph magazine - Island cover (3 October 1975)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some wear near spine - top staple is missing (error in printing process) FOR THE YOUNG, OLD AND ANXIOUS - Back in the 19th century various colleges established communities in deprived city areas. Diana Winsor visited the Blackfriars Settlement, and found a new cutting edge to philanthropy One and a half pages
SHORING UP OUR HERITAGE - The sandhills between Formby and Southport, now largely owned by the National Trust, are rich in plant and bird life. But 1,000 miles of our shore are already "beyond redemption" - ruined by industrial and commercial development. Who is doing what to save our coastline? 5 pages
SAUL BELLOW - American novelist Saul Bellow shuns the literary world and denies his own celebrity. His first two books earned him a Guggenheim Award. Could his latest novel, Humboldt's Gift, secure him the Nobel Prize? We chat to him Two and three-quarter pages
AH SWEET MYSTERY OF LIFE... - A short story by Roald Dahl One and three quarter pages