The Daily Telegraph magazine - Cut-Away House cover (9 February 1973)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - small crease to top corner of rear cover
JUST ASK A TELEPHONE - The speaking clock is a service everyone knows they can dial. How many also know that in London at least, they can dial a recipe, a pop song, a bedtime story, Test Match scores and even the share index? We take a look at telephone services 2 pages
YOUR BIGGEST BUY: YOUR BIGGEST LIABILITY? - We launch the Cut-Away House to show prospective buyers what to look for in their new house. But should there be more done to protect the buyer and to improve standards in housing? 7 pages
PURVEYING FOOD AND SOCIAL THERAPY - In every part of London that is fashionable or potentially fashionable people far removed from the catering trade are opening their own small, intimate restaurants. Running such a restaurant requires capital, skills and stamina. But the people who start them are not ordinary people; if they were they might be content with easier ways of making a living. We visit some of the most successful of these places for an evening out Four and a half pages
WITHIN THE EDIFICE OF OLIVIER - Laurence Olivier's most recent success was as the father in Eugene O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night, a hit play in London; and he has just finished acting in the film of Sleuth, due for release in Britain this summer. But what is Laurence Olivier really like as a man? To find out, we spoke to Lord Olivier and to the people who know him best Three and a half pages