where Jimmy's guests talk about the Japanese way of life, culture, and particularly their industrial success.
Colin Berry plays the records in London
Researchers JOHN CURNETT and MIKE RHODES
Producers HARRY WALTERS and PAUL WALTERS
Band of the Royal
Military School of Music
(Kneller Hall), conductor LT-COL GEORGE EVANS
Orchestra conducted by lAIN SUTHERLAND led by REGINALD LEOPOLD
Introduced by Sam Costa Producer
CHARLES CLARK-MAXWELL (Band of the RMSM appears by permission of the Commandant)
in which Peter Jones puts the questions and Patricia Hayes Rob Buckman and Spike Mullins provide the answers and reminiscences.
Questions researched and set by MICHAEL POINTON Producer
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