Vintage Sunday Times Magazine July 17th 1983
The loneliest outpost – a trip to St Helena, the scene of thing about it is that no one Napoleon’s exile and the most remote colony in Britain’s seems to want to invade it”. diminished Empire, whose 5000 staunchly loyal inhabitants feel that they are being increasingly neglected by the mother country. Page 16
On a clear day… new views of Earth from 600 miles up through the lens of a monitoring satellite camera. Distortion caused by infra-red wavelengths produces a patchwork of unexpected colours. Page 44
Blowing his own trumpet: a profile of New Orleans trumpet-player Wynton Marsalis, appearing in London this week. A man with a mind-and music-of his own, he is being hailed at 21 as one of the giants of the world of jazz. Page 50
Beauty and the beach – how to keep in shape in the sun. Meriel McCooey offers a few hints- ranging from breathing exercises to face masks. Renee Simonsen. Page 56
Relative Values: Topol, the Israeli actor now appearing in the current British revival of Fiddler on the Roof, and his 24-year-old daughter Anat discuss each other. Page 10
Week in View: our guide to events and entertainment includes a profile of Kenny Carter, Britain’s leading speedway rider, in action today in the Overseas Finals.
Citizen’s Bill: Martin Tomkinson argues that the time has come to legalise defined “red light” districts. Page 12
A Life in the Day of: Verity Lambert. Page 25
64 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. Lightly read and in good condition for age.