The Daily Telegraph magazine - Flight Into The Future cover (4 February 1972)
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light curling at spine
52,000 FEET ABOVE CRITICISM - The instruments in Concorde's crowded cockpit showed Laurie Lee that he was hurtling at twice the speed of sound through skies ten miles high. The pilot, John Cochrane, and his co-pilot, "Johnny" Walker, took it calmly. But how did Laurie Lee respond to this experience? 6 pages
PAINTINGS ON THE WALL... RITUALS IN THE DUST - Down in the plains, the art of India has developed in the voluptuous traditions of temple sculpture. It's intended to impress; it is the Indian art known to the outside world. But up in the hills an older and simpler race preserves older and simpler traditions - sometimes mere diagrams in the shifting dust. Frederic Grunfeld sought out this neglected beauty 6 pages
JIMMY GREAVES - Footballers are used to travel. But what are this one's holiday goals? 1 page
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