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Quentin Blake: The man who drew childhood

Ahead of a new exhibition of his work celebrated illustrator Quentin Blake speaks to BBC Newsnight's Stephen Smith about how he draws.

Quentin Blake's illustrations first appeared in Punch more than 60 years ago, but he is best known for his work in Roald Dahl's children's books. Now, ahead of an exhibition of his work at Marlborough Fine Arts gallery, in London, he has been speaking to BBC Newsnight's Culture correspondent Stephen Smith about how he draws.