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with Barry Norman
The Return of Raymond Mason
Raymond Mason left Birmingham after the war and has worked as a sculptor on the Left Bank of Paris ever since. He knew Picasso and Giacometti but he doesn't much like most modern art and his work is big, figurative, brightly coloured and, as often as not, tells a story.
Consequently it has been, till now, hugely unfashionable in Britain where he is hardly known. But fashions change and a big exhibition of Mason's work has opened at London's Serpentine Gallery. Omnibus went to Paris to meet the artist at work.
The Turkish born twin Pekinel sisters are well known in America and Europe as a brilliant piano duet with a large classical repertoire. Now they've come to Britain and Omnibus offers an opportunity to assess their very special musical rapport.
Raymond M <uon director SAXON LOGAN Film cameraman NAT CROSBY Film editor ROBERT BROWN Director JONATHAN FULFORD Editor CHRISTOPHER MARTIN


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Director: Jonathan Fulford
Editor: Christopher Martin

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