Sunday Times Magazine June 6th 2010
Waugh Zone – Not a natural team leader, our columnist has a rare brainwave to keep the kids amused at weekends. All she needs is a pile of junk and a boot to put it in
Relative Values – Mary Portas, “Queen of Shops”, and her sister, Tish, emergency- care manager, on their dramatic early years
Chat Room – Marcus Brigstocke witters on about the twin demons of drink and food; Davina McCall’s romance with a rock god; our philosopher asks: how much should you leave behind when you move?
A Life in the Day of Priyanta Rh, Sri Lankan stilt fisherman, on surviving the tsunami and catching 1,000 fish a day
The cup of many colours – Sixteen pages of football action from the fans’ perspective, as they follow their teams on the road to glory. From Scottish supporters relaxing under the Eiffel Tower to red-light girls in Seoul, Alistair Berg’s striking images encapsulate the drama, dreams and disappointments of the beautiful game
COVER – The wisdom of Oz – He’s used and abused his body for 40 years and has been dead twice. Now he wants us to learn from his mistakes. Meet our new medical correspondent: Dr Ozzy Osbourne
Spies in your sky – In war they’re used as surveillance and killing machines. Soon drones-pilotless aircraft-could be watching our every move on civvy street. Will they protect us from harm, or are they a gross infringement of our privacy?
Dali and his demons – Even 21 years after his death, Salvador Dali is an object of scandal. Hollywood wants to show him in his true dark light-and his trustees are desperate to stop it
68 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. This issue is in very good condition for age