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Omnibus

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'A writer in this country is an entertainer. He's absolutely no different in the public eye than somebody who does tap dancing - or whatever amuses the public - we are not regarded as philosophers, moralists or leaders of any description.'
ARTHUR
MILLER Arthur Miller at 72 is still one of America's greatest ever playwrights. In tonight's programme he talks exclusively to Omnibus about his life and career, which began in Roosevelt's America during the Depression, continued through the Cold War of the 50s and now proceeds through the final months of the Reagan presidency.
Miller talks to Alan Yentob from his Connecticut home about the political and poetic nature of his plays, about being a writer in America and speaks publicly for the first time about his marriage to Marilyn Monroe.
The programme includes extracts from Death of Salesman, A View from the Bridge and After the Fall. Film editor DAVID KITSON Executive producer DIANA LASHMORE
Producer KEVIN LOADER

Contributors

Unknown: Miller Arthur Miller
Unknown: Alan Yentob
Unknown: Marilyn Monroe.
Editor: David Kitson
Producer: Diana Lashmore
Producer: Kevin Loader

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