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Arena

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
The Graham Greene Trilogy
Last of the biographical films, with extracts read by Sir Alec Guinness.
A World of My Own (1961-91) Passionately promoting the link between Catholicism and communism, defending
Kim Philby , supporting guerrillas in central America or fighting the Mafia in Nice - these were some of the more controversial activities Greene was involved in during his last 30 years. With contributions from Jeffrey Bernard , Koo Stark , John le Carre , Anthony Burgess ,
Vivien Greene , and interviews with his confessor Father Leopoldo Duran and his companion Yvonne Cloetta. Narrated by Robert Powell.
(The film of Loser Takes All is being shown tomorrow at 9. 00pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Graham Greene
Read By: Sir Alec Guinness.
Unknown: Kim Philby
Unknown: Jeffrey Bernard
Unknown: Koo Stark
Unknown: John Le Carre
Unknown: Anthony Burgess
Unknown: Vivien Greene
Unknown: Father Leopoldo Duran
Unknown: Yvonne Cloetta.
Unknown: Robert Powell.

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