Hopcraft, Arthur

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HOPCRAFT, Arthur. British, b. 1932. Genres: Novels, Plays/Screenplays, Sports/Fitness, Third World, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Reporter, The Daily Mirror, 1956-59, The Guardian, 1959-64. Publications: Born to Hunger, 1968; The Football Man, 1968; The Great Apple Raid, 1970; (ed. and contrib. with H. McIlvanney) World Cup 70, 1970; (with K. Tynan) Agatha (screenplay), 1979; Mid-Century Men, 1982. TELEVISION PLAYS: The Mosedale Horseshoe, 1971; The Panel, 1971; The Birthday Run, 1972; Buggins Ermine, 1972; The Reporters, 1972; Said the Preacher, 1972; Jingle Bells, 1973; Katapult, 1973; The Nearly Man, 1974; Humbug, Finger or Thumb?, 1974; Journey to London, 1974; Baa, Baa, Blacksheep, 1974; Wednesday Love, 1975; Nightingale's Boys, 1975; The Nearly Man (series), 1976; Hannah, 1976; Hard Times (serial), 1977; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (serial), 1979; Bleak House (serial), 1985; A Perfect Spy (serial), 1987; A Tale of Two Cities (serial), 1988; Hostage, 1992; Rebecca (serial), 1997. Address: c/o The Rod Hall Agency, 7 Goodge Pl, London W1T 4SF, England.

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