Documentary charting the rise to fame of the young Londoner born
Terry Parsons who went on to become a sophisticated balladeer, best known for the theme tune to the James Bond film From Russia with Love.
New. As part of the Hidden Japan strand, Charles Rangeley-Wilson explores the country's passion for fish, looking at different generations' attitudes to sushi and meeting a rock band that sings only about tuna. See page 74.
LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: a feature on Hokkaido, Japan, in the March issue. F3.50
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