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- Death of the Shōwa Emperor, 7 January 1989
- John Morris, George Orwell, the BBC and Wartime Japan
- Kenneth Gardner (1924-95): Librarian and Bibliographer
- The Start of a New Era: The Heisei Era
- Trevor Pryce Leggett, 1914-2000
Author: Powers, David, and Carolyn Whitehead
Carolyn Whitehead, wife of the British Ambassador, and David Powers, BBC correspondent in Japan at the time, recall the death of the Shōwa Emperor in 1989.
Author: Pedlar, Neil
This portrait covers the writing and journalistic career of John Morris in the build up to the Second World War, and his contact with George Orwell during his time with the BBC.
Author: Brown, Yu-Ying
Kenneth Gardner (1924-95) held senior posts in the British Museum and British Library, and was instrumental in these posts in promoting Japanese culture and Anglo-Japanese relations. This essay charts his career and significance within his field and beyond, including his war service as part of Translators V.
Author: Powers, David, and Whitehead, Carolyn
Carolyn Whitehead, wife of the British Ambassador, and David Powers, BBC correspondent in Japan at the time, continue their account of the death of the Shōwa Emperor in 1989, with the enthronement of Emperor Akihito.
Author: Dunne, Anthony, and Bowen, Richard
This portrait sketches the life, attitude and career of the renowned judo practitioner Trevor Pryce Leggett (1914-2000).