The Daily Telegraph magazine - 16 June 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
HAPPIEST DAYS OF THEIR LIVES - How can children who constantly play truant be attracted back into the classroom? Two young teachers in Liverpool, Bill Murphy and John Ord, believe they have found the answer: the free school. Already there is a waiting list 2 pages
SETTLING OUT IN THE MIDDAY SUN - Scattered along the Persian Gulf, after the last of the British troops have gone, are a number of Britons well ensconced into the Arab way of life. One has adopted Islamic faith; another lives on a desert stud-farm; another positively shuns any expatriate company. Have they all found Arabia has something special to offer? Or are they all special men? 5½ pages
THE SELLING OF A FISH FINGER - Sandwiched in the middle of a television play or news bulletin, popping up between two comedy sketches, comes the slick brevity of the commercials. Their aim is to inflame the taste bud, impress a name on the mind... and sell a product. As children gorge themselves on fish fingers and trawlers lurch over stormy seas Christopher Matthew follows two advertisements through the agency mills, and shows how easy it is to spend £11,832.64 3¾ pages
PRIVATE FACES OF HISTORY: 4 - The story of Duart Castle, like much of Scottish history, is one of blood and steel and granite. Like much of Scottish history, it is also one of exile. But the chiefs of the clan Maclean have returned from their wanderings 3½ pages
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