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"What Ever Happened to the Undergound Press?"  Mick Farren (of Mick Faren & The Deviants, Pink Fairies etc) cover feature.

Vintage issue of a very rare magazine indeed.  This limited release Weekend supplement talks about the Underground Press including:

OZ, International Times, Felix Dennis in '
IT, OZ AND ALL THE OTHERS - Was the Underground press a shortlived volcano? Many of its papers have folded, and many youthful idealists are now veterans of progress. Charles Nicholl asks if the whole business has gone into decline'. 5 page feature. Includes photographs of Felix Dennis, the art director in the Time Out studio, Roger Hutchinson, Chris Rowley and others.  Interviews with those involved - Farren, Felix, etc.  The article talks about other titles inc Frendz, Rolling Stone, Ink etc...

WHERE THE WORLD COMES TO COURT - The International Court at The Hague has the machinery and expertise for world government, but states have been reluctant to use it. Can the ideal ever become reality? Over 2 pages

BY PARACHUTE ACROSS PATAGONIA - Three men determined to explore a remote area of Patagonia set off, through storms and past volcanoes, across 150 miles of ice. Paul Savage tells their story. Photographs by Leo Dickinson, over 4 pages.

PILLAR OF ARCHITECTURE - Anonymity, the common jibe cast at much modern architecture, cannot be applied to Sir Basil Spence, OM, ebullient and confident creator of so many major buildings. If any modern architect is known by name to the man in the street it is he. But in London streets such as Birdcage Walk and Knightsbridge the name is known with something less than admiration. What has happened to the reputation made with Coventry Cathedral? 5 pages shot by Peter Keen.

HOW TO CHEAT AN AUDIENCE - A feature on Special effects in the TV and film industry including references to Dr Who and showing BTS images of props being made for the series.3 pages.

THE THREATENED EXILE - Anthony Cronin's recollections of complicated travels with Brendan Behan, 4+  pages

TIGERS AT BAY - Before the war there were 40,000 tigers in India alone. By the end of this decade, without protection, they will be extinct. Miles Gibson reports on the Indian Government's desperate attempts to save the big cats.  2.5 pages.

JIMMY GILLESPIE'S BARGAIN WITH GOD - A short story by Joan Draper, almost 3 pages.

DEFEATING THE CLIMATE Charles Correa's new home is photographed by Rene Burri and the article is written by Peter Blake (not that one we think!), 5 pages.

Joan Bakewell models in an ad for Sanderson.  2 pages.

Also with photographs for a Mateus Rose full page ad shot by Sarah Moon.

Jan Ward models in an advert for Martell cognac.

Weekend Supplements are extremely rare and this one is almost 50 years old from the early 1970's

Excellent condition. Staples still very secure and complete.  The photograph is of the actual magazine.

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