The Chap Magazine Issue 43

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Issue 43 FEB/MAR 2009

The Chap takes a bold step into the mysterious realms of science. Highlights in this issue include:

- An interview with England's most important and youngest rocket scientist, Daniel Jubb
- An anthropological investigation into the the sub-culture known as Steampunk
- Nathaniel Slipper's guide to all ten incarnations of that maddest of all scientists, the Doctor
- Neil Ridley dips his toes into the frozen waters of that most potent of beverages, vodka
- The explosive biography of Jack Parsons, 1930s rocket scientist, black magician and bon vivant
- Did you know that the Boat Race was cancelled in 1974, but the BBC simply repeated 1973's race and nobody noticed? Find out more in World of Sport
- Steampunks again - this time in a series of photographs among some bizarre Victorian contraptions
- Merry Boffins: the eccentric laboratory dwellers who have shaped our world, from Sir Francis Bacon to Sir Clive Sinclair
- Prince Charles - how, where and why he dresses, and what Savile Row has to say about it
- TV and cinema - the noble cinematic career of George Cole
- Astronomer Sir Patrick Moore tackles the Chap questionnaire
- Plus: Hollywood actors' dress sense, Scent for Gents, Moustache news, the Sartoracle and Am I