The Sunday Times magazine - Whose Australia Tomorrow cover (17 February 1963)
The Sunday Times magazine - Whose Australia Tomorrow cover (17 February 1963) Fair to good condition - light wear throughout with some light yellowing/foxing to pages
Front cover photo: Cane-cutter in the Queensland bush
WHO WILL INHERIT AUSTRALIA? - (Report by Gavin Lyall. Photos by John Bulmer)
11 page feature
DAME MARGOT FONTEYN - "Aux Camélias" Dame Margot Fonteyn (Britain's prima ballerina) will dance the part in a new ballet, 'Marguerite and Armand' (created especially for her and the Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev by Sir Frederick Ashton). Cecil Beaton has designed the sets and costumes
Double-page page black/white photo feature
(Two photos of Rudolf Nureyev. A further large photo of Dame Margot Fonteyn and Rudolf Nureyev)
(Photos by Cecil Beaton)
LONDON ZOO - "The zoo bursts its bars" (by James Fisher)
London's Zoo has the finest collection of animals in the world. At last it is being given the setting it deserves
4 page feature (includes a double aerial sketch view of the new zoo (drawing by David Gentleman))
FEDERICO FELLINI - John Francis Lane (the British writer and critic) describes the background to what will undoubtedly be one of the talked about pictures of 1963, the mysterious '8½'
1 page feature
FASHION - "Spring greens"
1 page fashion photos
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