The Sunday Times magazine - Crisis In Cornwall cover (23 February 1986)
The Sunday Times magazine - Crisis In Cornwall cover (23 February 1986) Good condition for age - light wear throughout - yellowing around page edges due to age
RELATIVE VALUES - Fay Weldon, the author, and her son Nick, a jazz musician, talk about each other to Marina Cantacuzino
AND SHALL WEST CORNWALL DIE? - The collapse of the price of tin on the London Metal Exchange dealt the high-cost Cornish mining industry what may be a mortal blow. Brian Jackman went to Geevor mine at Land's End to see a fight for life
AN AFRICAN DREAM REACHES THE SCREEN - Karen Blixen, a Danish baroness, went to Kenya to grow coffee. She left in 1931 - farm, husband, and lover gone - and six years later published her autobiography, Out of Africa, under the pseudonym Isak Dinesen. Her biographer, who was on the set of Sydney Pollack's movie which opens in London next month, writes about the woman and the film
EDDY GRANT has performed in Yugoslavia, Poland and Africa - so why not Cuba? True, he wouldn't be paid; but Grant, now as skilled in international barter as in Caribbean rhythms, didn't leave the country empty-handed. He came away with a royalty deal, payable in white marble
A SPRING WIND OF CHANGE - China is changing fast and dramatically as John Tusa, the television journalist, discovered when he went there with a BBC film crew. Despite having a name that transliterates into Chinese as Bald Buddha, Tusa found the people willing to talk and eager to embrace the 'new freedom' of the Eighties
JIMMY SMITH burst on the jazz scene in the mid-Fifties as a sensational new virtuoso on the organ. Now, enjoying a revival of interest, he talks to Brian Case about other organists
MAVIS NICHOLSON - "A life in the day of"
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