Vintage Sunday Times Magazine January 2nd 1983
Cover: Travel 83: The Girl Who Took A Liberty photograph by Sacha.
8 Eye Openers: Some of the sights of the city that were saved by the I Love New York Campaign with John Sandilands
10 Citizen’s Bill: Keith Richardson presents his case for banishing textbooks in school language teaching
18 Countdown to 1984: Professor Bernard Crick gives the background to George Orwell’s satire and Peter Jay, A.J.P.Taylor and others offer their opinions on close we are to the nightmare totalitarian world he described. With comments from nine well known figures.
30 The Family collection: Leonard Pasternak, the Russian Impressionist, is emerging from the shadow of his father Boris. A look at this extraordinary family when Michael Binyon talked to his two daughters.
36 The man who was Attlee: Roy Hattersley on Clement Attlee; once described as ‘a little mouse’, he dominated the Labour party for 20 years
44 Setting off for the sun: something to start you thinking about holidays. News of a great air fare bargain report by Meriel McCooey with photos by Sacha
51 The wind of change: there is a new look for well loved characters like Ratty and Mole now that Kenneth Grahame’s ‘The Wind in The Willows’ is out of copyright. New illustrators face a big challenge by Naomi Lewis
54 A Life in the Day of Rastafarian Barry Ford who talks to Gordon Burn with photo by Red Saunders
56 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. This issue is in good condition for age