The Daily Telegraph magazine - 26 January 1973 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
BARD THOU NEVER WERT? - An American is anxious to open up Shakespeare's Stratford monument. Behind this tablet he believes he will find the manuscripts which will prove whose hand wrote the plays 2 pages
CANCER: THE FIGHT TO FIND THE ANSWER - It is a fact that one in five of us will die from cancer, despite the effectiveness of 20th-century medicine. But is cancer an automatic death warrant? What hope is there of prevention or cure? Research has already shown there is no common cause of the many different conditions we recognise as malignant, and work is continuing on lines as disparate as viruses, hormones and heredity. Donald Gould looks at the varying forms that cancer takes, and reviews progress in the many fields of research 6 pages
THE MAESTRO WHO COMES FROM WEYBRIDGE - His name lacks a foreign flourish; his appearance lacks the expected touch of the dramatic. Yet Colin Davis has become Britain's leading conductor, and a figure of international fame 2¾ pages
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