The Observer magazine - A Labour Of Love cover (6 November 1983)
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The Observer magazine - A Labour Of Love cover (6 November 1983) Good condition for age - discolouration to page edges - light wear throughout
DR MICHEL ODENT - He has become one of the best-known obstetricians in the world. His methods are founded upon a conviction that the woman in childbirth is the best person to control her own labour - yet his ideas have put him at odds with even the most progressive childbirth experts. Jane Watts visited him at his hospital in Pithiviers, northern France Five and a half pages
LONDON'S WATER WORKS - They're not castles and they're not palaces or cathedrals. They're Thames Water Board pumping stations 2 pages
ARRESTING SCNES IN BOMBAY - The Colaba beat embraces luxury hotels and slums, the crimes range from peddling heroin to selling parrots without a licence. Nicholas Wollaston met the Bombay police at Colaba station 4 pages
ANN BARR - She is deputy editor of Harpers & Queen magazine, but she has achieved wider renown as co-discoverer (with Peter York) of that enduring breed of English wildlife - the Sloane Ranger. Maureen Cleave met Miss Barr and the prototypical Sloane, Ann's sister Deirdre Two and a half pages