The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Christopher Siragusa cover (25 November 1984)
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JAMES GALWAY - "Man of the Week" Three-quarter page
JUST PRETTY FACES? - The demand for male models has mushroomed over the past decade as advertisers have recognised that men buy things besides cars and computers. Today, the handful of men at the top of the profession can command up to £100,000 a year. But it takes more than just a pretty face to make the grade 3 pages
WE FEW, WE HAPPY FEW - The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, the world's most famous drama school, celebrates its eightieth anniversary this year. Patrick Skene Catling takes a look behind the scenes and meets some of its privileged students Five and a half pages
GEORGE FENTON - You almost certainly know his work even if his name is unfamiliar - among other things George Fenton's music introduces the Nine O'Clock News. Andrew Robinson meets one of Britain's top film and theatre composers One and a half pages
REACHING BEYOND THE SKY - Pressure is building to weld together Britain's academic and technological strength into a national space agency. More than 40 years ago the British Interplanetary Society designed a lunar landing vehicle, only to be met with official neglect and public scepticism. This unusual and dedicated group is still going strong Two and a quarter pages