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The weekly arts magazine
IF ALL THE WORLD WERE PAPER and all the sea were ink ...
The Surrealist vision of the Belgian painter Rene Magritte overflows into the world of film in tonight's item, which celebrates the opening of the Tate Gallery exhibition of his work. Magritte himself appears as the bowlerhatted inhabitant of many of his paintings.
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SAUL BELLOW
One of the greatest post-war American novelists, author of Herzog, in a rare television appearance. His conversation with Malcolm Bradbury coincides with the publication of a new book Mosby's Memoirs.
Producers,
Colin Nears , Darrol Blake Christopher Martin
Editor, LORNA PEGRAM

Contributors

Unknown: Rene Magritte
Unknown: Saul Bellow
Unknown: Malcolm Bradbury
Unknown: Colin Nears
Unknown: Darrol Blake
Unknown: Christopher Martin
Editor: Lorna Pegram

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