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RELEASE

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The weekly arts magazine
THIS STORY OF YOURS
John Hopkins 's first play for the theatre opens this week in London. Tonight the award-winning television playwright talks about himself and his current writing. This includes The Virgin Soldiers screenplay, the Columbia Pictures production now shooting; a television play; and two film scripts-one a love story and the other an epic.
Directed by DARROL BLAKE
THE EUSTON ARCH
Demolished in 1961, the Euston Arch was a great piece of architecture and the symbol of the great railway age. Why was it demolished? Tonight, to coincide with the publication of a book by the architects Alison and Peter
Smithson, Ian Nairn travels to Euston and talks about the Arch.
Directed by FRANCIS GLADSTONI
WILLEM DE KOONING
Dutch-born artist Willem de
Kooning has been one of the most influential painters of the New York school which emerged immediately after the War, when his savage, expressionist style made a tremendous impact on the art world.
On the occasion of his first comprehensive exhibition in this country which opened at the Tate Gallery last Thursday, Release shows de Kooning in his studio at work and talking about his work.
Directed by ROBERT SNYDER Producers, Colin Nears
Darrol Blake , Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGHAM

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Unknown: John Hopkins
Directed By: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Ian Nairn
Directed By: Francis Gladstoni
Directed By: Willem de Kooning
Directed By: Robert Snyder
Producers: Colin Nears
Unknown: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegham

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