The Sunday Times magazine - Kazuo Yamaguchi cover (22 February 1981)
The Sunday Times magazine - 22 February 1981 Good condition for age (some discolouring to page edges)
ATOMIC BOMB SURVIVORS - As Pope John Paul prepares for his pilgrimage to Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Murray Sayle visits the atom-bombed cities to see how each has come to terms with its horrific experience 9½ pages
BOBBY ROBSON - How Bobby Robson has survived twelve years as the manager of Ipswich Town 3½ pages
PIETRO ANNIGONI - Italy's most famous living artist, favourite of heads of state from Queen Elizabeth to President Kennedy, has, at 70, renounced worldly portraiture to spend much of his time at the Monte Cassino monastery near Naples painting - in return for his keep - an enormous fresco. John Pearson interviewed him near the end of his monumental task 5 pages
SHIRLEY CRABTREE (BIG DADDY) - "A life in the day of..." 1 page
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