The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Ian Botham cover (7 August 1983)
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Good condition - yellowing to page edges - some light wear - light rusting to staples
WHO ARE THE WORLD'S BEST CRICKETERS? - 4 page feature
MUNCHING WESTWARDS - Azariah Pinney, two dogs and 54 sheep are following a 400-mile trail from Scotland to Exmoor. Such sights were common 100 years ago. For Mr Pinney it is the fulfilment of a dream Two and three-quarter pages
PERAHIA POWER - Murray Perahia is one of the world's best pianists. But how did a boy from the Bronx come to be a guiding light behind the Aldeburgh Festival? We visit him in Ealing Three and three-quarter pages
JANET SUZMAN - Actress Janet Suzman insists on taking risks. She sees playing safe as "a kind of death". This week she comes to the West End in an unusual psychological thriller Two and a quarter pages
KARTING - "Turning kart wheels" The thrills and chills of karting 2 page feature