Vintage Sunday Times Magazine July 13th 1997
Relative Values – Fergal Keane, the BBC foreign correspondent, and his mother, Maura O’Shea, a secondary-school teacher
Cream Cracker – Andy Wilson, creator of one of the best British cop shows, had to turn down James Bond. But Hollywood wants him
Keep off the Grass – They are the coolest British band since the Smiths. But don’t tell Supergrass we told you
Children of a lesser god – A Sunday Times investigation into the resurgence of child sacrifice in India. Readers may find this feature disturbing
Cover story – Game for a laugh – There used to be no business like show business. Now, thanks to the agent Eric Hall, football is the exception
A Life in the Day of Monty Roberts, horse whisperer to the Queen and foster father to 47 teenage children. ‘I like a challenge’
56 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. This issue is in generally good condition. However there is some creasing on the front cover. Priced accordingly.