The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Terence Stamp cover (14 June 1987)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
TERENCE STAMP rose from humble beginnings to 1960s stardom; then he went to India - and found fulfilment. Now he has written a book about his East End upbringing. Maureen Cleave reports 3 pages
WITHER GOEST THOSE WICKETS? - An Irish cricket match would leave many pensmen stumped for words. But not lyrical novelist J.P. Donleavy Four and a half pages
MIRIAM STOPPARD - The television doctor celebrates her fiftieth birthday with false eyelashes, 3in heels and a racing bicycle. Audrey Slaughter asks her how she does it Two and a half pages
BURGESS ON BONDAGE - Later this month, Timothy Dalton takes to the screen as the new James Bond. The 007 of today bears only a passing resemblance to Ian Fleming's urbane original; but he hasn't ceased to fascinate the public and the press, and the Bondwagon rolls on. By Anthony Burgess 3 pages
MY COUNTRY RIGHT OR WRONG? - Erin Pizzey, champion of battered wives, is disillusioned with living in the USA 1 page