Sunday Times Magazine June 24th 2001
Mean Business – It isn’t Cricket any more. Is Nasser Hussain’s England hard enough? – Two years ago England’s cricket squad was a national embarrassment. How did they become world class again?
Relative values – Jeremy Clarkson and mother Shirley
Labour MP Diane Abbott talks about her terrifying father and how she came to forgive him after his death
The Eagles were once one of the biggest country rock groups in the world. Have they reformed just to feather their nests?
Intimate photographs of Steve McQueen, actor, motorbiking legend and Hollywood heart-throb
A life in the day – Jimmy Choo, Malaysian born guru of fashion footwear ‘Supermodels fly in and want a special shoe and I can never say no’
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