The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Famine cover (17 February 1985)
1 in stock.
Fair to good condition - yellowing to page edges - some age wear to cover with small tear at top of cover
MARY WHITEHOUSE - "Woman of the Week" 1 page
ALAN RAVEN AND BRENDA RAVEN - Alan and Brenda run a ranch in Bolivia as big as the Isle of Wight. Yet a mere decade ago they were farming in Scotland and dreaming of adventure. Tony Morrison reports on the success of their dream Three and a half pages
AGONY OF A PEOPLE - When the first pictures revealing the horror of the raging famine in Ethiopia were shown on television last autumn they evoked an immediate and generous response from the West. Now new, exclusive photographs by Sebastiao Salgado show the efforts of refief agencies to alleviate the agony of a people 7 page black/white photos
PHIL COLLINS - He helped make Genesis a world-famous rock group. Now, as Jane Ellison discovers, he feels the time has come for him to fortify growing impressions of his strength as an outstanding solo performer One and three-quarter pages
REKHA GANESHAN - Rekha Ganeshan, 29, has appeared in more than 300 Indian film melodramas. But, in a revealing interview, she informs Andrew Duncan, "I'm not proud of a single film of mine". 3 pages