The Sunday Telegraph magazine - Shirley Anne Field cover (10 November 1985)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
AARON COPLAND - "Man of the week" 1 page
BRILLIANCE OR BRUTALISM? - What is happening to architecture in our inner cities? Can the man in the street have any influence over what is built? Felix Barker investigates city planning Five and three-quarter pages
SHIRLEY ANNE FIELD - Once described as Britain's Marilyn Monroe, Shirley Anne Field faded into near obscurity in the seventies after of a series of glittering successes a few years before. Now, with a new film already hailed by critics as an enormous success, she is again starting to scale the heights of stardom. She talks to Geoffrey Wansell 3 pages
LIFE WITH THE LION - The brashness of advertising seems a world apart from David Ogilvy's 12th-century chateau. But even at 74 he cannot keep away from the business which made him his fortune Two and a quarter pages
ROGER REX (DRIVING INSTRUCTOR) - "A Day's Work" 1 page