The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Local Press cover (25 February 1972)
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FALLING ABOUT FOR A TITLE - Most British competitors for this year's Olympic Games are already exercising round Britain. Not so our Judo fighters. They have just spent two gruelling months in Japan, where training is ruthless and opposition almost literally strangling: "The Japanese just keep coming at you, one after another after another". How much has our team learned from the experts? What has the trip taught them? Benjamin Raphael assesses their chances 2 pages
TAKING A CLOSER LOOK AT YOUR LOCAL WEEKLY - Denis Hart talked to six editors of small newspapers in different parts of Britain. Featuring John Charles Luker and Charles Thomas Luker (The Henley Standard), Leslie Tunks (Slough Observer), John Hughes (Carmarthen Times), Geoffrey Carver (The St Ives Times & Echo), Norman Thornton (Rochdale Observer) Five and a half pages
THE GENTLE TOUCH OF DESTRUCTION - It may be just a noisily dramatic moment in the film, but the falling bridge, the exploding encampment, or the Viking boat roaring down the fjord can cost a sizeable chunk of that film's budget. Eddie Fowlie is the man who gets the effect right - and who gets them right first time. Who is Eddie Fowlie that he gets to do these things? 4 pages
AMONG THE LOST THINGS - Anna Kavan, writer, died in 1968 after a tumultuous existence. Her books, often full of vivid imagery, were largely ignored during her life. Now they are gaining importance. Profile by Clive Jordan Two and a half pages