The Sunday Times magazine - 10 October 1976 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age
TOP OF THE CLASS - This autumn Burke's Peerage celebrates its 150th anniversary. But with the end of new hereditary titles and the coming of capital transfer tax, can this institution and the peerage it chronicles survive much longer? Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, the publication's editor, talked to Celia Haddon
PRISONERS IN THE SUN - Here and on the following page, two dramatically contrasting photographs of captives in the same guerrilla war. They were taken by Jon Swain, the Sunday Times journalist who was captured and held for three months by the Eritrean guerillas, and were brought out of Ethiopia when he was given his freedom last month
HOME AT THE TOP - In the third and final extract from his memoirs The Way the Wind Blows, Lord Home describes the events that led to his becoming Prime Minister
ANTHONY DOWELL - Anthony Dowell, principal dancer of the Royal Ballet, talks to Gordon Burn
HOME TOWN - Novelist Norman Levine recalls growing up in Ottawa in the Thirties
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