The April edition of PROGRAMME MONTHLY & FOOTBALL COLLECTABLE magazine (no. 373) includes a wide range of features, and many pages of advertising, rare programmes, tickets and badges on offer, and bargains to be had in the hundreds of items on straight sale (first come first served). New easy-to-read design.
Articles in PM 373 include:
PROGRAMME MONTHLY MARKET PLACE 21 pages of collectors adverts – for sale, on offer and items wanted – programmes, tickets, cards, covers, models, medals, photographs and newspapers.
MANCHESTER UNITED IN THE FA CUP Leslie Millman writes about collectables from United’s run to the 1957 FA Cup Final.
SHOWCASE Including pre-war programmes from Nottingham Forest, Chelsea and Spurs.
LETTERS Sky Sports yearbook not up to the mark, The link between Thames FC and an erotic novel, Duncan Edwards, Football and the Titanic, Memories of the Munich Disaster.
SCOTTISH PROGRAMME OF THE SEASON AWARDS Programme Editors and Collectors give their verdict. Aberdeen, Dundee, Cowdenbeath and Clyde take the plaudits. AN UNUSUAL FORM OF COLLECTING Kevin visits new stadiums in France during the 1998 World Cup.
A-Z OF COLLECTING John Daniels shares some secrets of his collection and purchases over the years.
AUCTION-EAR & AUCTION-EAR XTRA Prices up to £4,000 from recent auctions – programmes, tickets, cards, covers, models, medals, photographs and newspapers.
MARSHALL’S MUSINGS Tales from Stratford – West Ham v Doncaster Rovers; Football and the Cinema; Confessions of a Collector, World Cup Willie on the Wall
CLUB HANDBOOKS Old handbooks from the “Ps” including Peterborough, Plymouth and Preston.
PROGRAMMES DOWN UNDER Lincoln Bertelli writes about programmes from Australia.
WELCOME TO OUR FRIENDS FROM THE BASQUE COUNTRY Bilbao and Sociedad in the UK – matches and programmes from West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea, Motherwell, Manchester United and more
CONTINENTAL TOUR Programmes from Belgium and Brazil
SOME OF MY PROGRAMMES HAVE GONE M ISSING Lester Medcalf grew up in Southend and went to university in Liverpool – where have those missing programmes gone
THE FOOTBALL LEAGUE REVIEW John Wells discovers anomalies in the 1960s publication.
NON- LEAGUE ROUND- UP 12 more programmes highlighted by Malcolm Holt.MY FAVOURITE THINGS Middlesbrough and Tottenham supporters discuss their favourite programmes and books, and more….. DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS 20 pages of adverts from all the leading dealers. THE ART OF THE PROGRAMME Torquay United’s quirky covers are put under the spotlight A-Z OF T ICKETS This month - Nacional (Ecuador), Nantes (France), Newcastle United, NEC (Holland), Newquay, Newry Town, Northampton Town, Northern Ireland, Norwich City, Nottingham Forest, Notts County, Odense (Denmark), Oldham Athletic, Olympiakos (GreDIARY OF A COLLECTOR OF SORTS Philip Hendy tells all about his visit to an auction. NEWS FROM THE NET Kevin Artlett examines three internet sites. ADVERTISE YOUR WANTS HERE 10 pages of requirements from Programme Monthly readers – can you help? THE PROGRAMME EDITOR’S STORY Behind the scenes of programme production – this month Malcolm Panton from Aberdeen.THE ART OF THE PROGRAMME Torquay United’s quirky covers are put under the spotlight. ONE CLUB MAN The regular column from Hearts supporter Scott Cockburn.
As always the magazine is packed full of information, news and reflections covering every aspect of programme collecting, from Premier League to non-league, from the late 1800s to the latest programme from the 2012-13 season.
Whatever your interests PM373 has something for you (more details below). Pages and pages of programme offers, fixed prices sales, tickets, badges, annuals, books etc etc.
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