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In the sixties

Author: Ray Connolly; Dominic Connolly
Publisher: London : Pavilion, 1995.
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In this anthology Ray Connolly looks at the Sixties, and the momentous events that shaped the decade, through the eyes of the journalists who witnessed them and depicted what they saw. Encapsulates  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ray Connolly; Dominic Connolly
ISBN: 1857937104 9781857937107 1857939859 9781857939859
OCLC Number: 34439480
Description: 227 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Eye-witness at Sharpeville / Humphrey Taylor --
The friendless ones / Penelope Gilliatt --
Lady Chatterly's trial / Kenneth Tynan --
The man in the glass case / James Morris --
Home for Christmas / Marian E. Davis --
Taking pains with Pinter / John Gale --
Tristan da Cunha : little world lost / Michael Moynihan --
Review of Lawrence of Arabia / Dilys Powell --
Floodlit frontier / Richard West --
The last days of Macmilian [sic] / Christopher Booker --
Mac the man / Jocelyn Stevens --
Antic antique / Arthur Hopcraft --
The four phases of the Profumo affair / The Insight team --
Nightmare republic / Graham Greene --
An American tragedy / James Cameron --
What songs the Beatles sang / William Mann --
Review of Dr Strangelove / Dilys Powell --
Would you let your daughter marry a Rolling Stone? / Maureen Cleave --
The electric man / Margaret Laing --
The funeral of Winston Churchill / Patrick O'Donovan --
London, the most exciting city in the world / John Crosby The case of the satirical personals / Auberon Waugh --
Come with flowers / Norman Shrapnel --
P.J. Proby / Francis Wyndham --
Joan Hunter Dunn / Peter Crookston --
John Lennon : "We're more popular than Jesus now" / Maureen Cleave --
The men who never were / Michael Frayn --
The moors murders / Maurice Richardson --
Light & hard & ready to rumble / Hugh McIlvanney --
Memoirs of a televiewer / Keith Waterhouse --
The World Cup final / Hugh McIlvanney --
Fragment from the Edinburgh Festival --
Paul McCartney / Hunter Davies --
Now there is only one / Cassandra --
Aberfan / Tony Geraghty --
Mao's bold stroke / Victor Zorza --
The general goes zapping Charlie Cong / Nicholas Tomalin --
Nell Dunn / Hunter Davies --
Report from the Six Day War / James Cameron --
Who breaks a butterfly on a wheel? / William Rees-Mogg --
Mary Quant / Alison Adburgham --
The last journey of Che Guevara / Richard Gott --
How do you plead, Mrs. John Bull? / Irma Kurtz Inside Khe Sanh / David Leitch --
My name is Ivy Benson, I'm the leader of the band / Arthur Hopcraft --
A mule cortege for the apostle of the poor / Alistair Cooke --
Something about a soldier / Alan Coren --
At midnight in Bratislava / P.G. Cerny --
Training for Armageddon / John Mortimer --
Jane Fonda's curious menage in St Tropez / John Sandilands --
A groupie's vision / Germaine Greer --
The Stonehenge heavy acid test / Ray Connolly --
When the bullets started flying / Max Hastings --
The world of Charles Atlas / Philip Norman --
Milady / Neville Cardus --
MPs hear a voice from the barricades / Norman Shrapnel --
Noël Coward / Hunter Davies --
The office Christmas party / Jilly Cooper.
Responsibility: edited by Ray Connolly ; assistant editor, Dominic Connolly.

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