The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Psychiatrists cover (22 March 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Psychiatrists cover (22 March 1968) Good condition for age - there is some creasing to front cover and a tiny tear at edge - there are two words (an address) written in pencil at top of rear cover
TAKELEY VILLAGE - "Must Takeley die?"
The new enquiry into London's third airport gives fresh hope for the village of Takeley
One and a half page feature
IF YOU SHOULD NEED A PSYCHIATRIST...
We describe the techniques and cost of psycho-analysis
7 page feature
REMBRANDT - We retrace the walks Rembrandt used to take around Amsterdam in the 17th century
7 page feature
THE MAN WHO UNDERSTANDS HOBBITS - We chat to J. R. R. Tolkien in Oxford
HULLABALOO AT ALMERIA
The day James Bond (Sean Connery) turned into a cowboy and met Brigitte Bardot
MARINATED COD STEAKS WITH POTATO BALLS
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Hillman Minx 1500
- Ford Transit
OUR SHOP IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE. WE WILL BE OPEN AGAIN SOON
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