Betrayal

Eric Abraham is a South African born, Oscar-winning film producer.

But when he was 22, working as a journalist in Cape Town, he was served with a five year house arrest and banning order by the Apartheid government, which turned his life upside down.

Locked into his one-bedroom apartment, he was bombarded by telephone death threats.

He was refused an exit permit, but managed to escape, only to find out later that he had been deceived, both by the man who got him out of the country and by his own father.

In Betrayal, Eric Abraham returns to Cape Town to try to put together the pieces of his story and to confront those who betrayed him.

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20050801

Eric Abraham is a South African born, Oscar-winning film producer.

But when he was 22, working as a journalist in Cape Town, he was served with a five year house arrest and banning order by the Apartheid government, which turned his life upside down.

Locked into his one-bedroom apartment, he was bombarded by telephone death threats.

He was refused an exit permit, but managed to escape, only to find out later that he had been deceived, both by the man who got him out of the country and by his own father.

In Betrayal, Eric Abraham returns to Cape Town to try to put together the pieces of his story and to confront those who betrayed him.

20050801

Eric Abraham is a South African born, Oscar-winning film producer.

But when he was 22, working as a journalist in Cape Town, he was served with a five year house arrest and banning order by the Apartheid government, which turned his life upside down.

Locked into his one-bedroom apartment, he was bombarded by telephone death threats.

He was refused an exit permit, but managed to escape, only to find out later that he had been deceived, both by the man who got him out of the country and by his own father.

In Betrayal, Eric Abraham returns to Cape Town to try to put together the pieces of his story and to confront those who betrayed him.

Eric Abraham is a South African born, Oscar-winning film producer.

But when he was 22, working as a journalist in Cape Town, he was served with a five year house arrest and banning order by the Apartheid government, which turned his life upside down. Locked into his one-bedroom apartment, he was bombarded by telephone death threats.

He was refused an exit permit, but managed to escape, only to find out later that he had been deceived, both by the man who got him out of the country and by his own father.

In Betrayal, Eric Abraham returns to Cape Town to try to put together the pieces of his story and to confront those who betrayed him.

Programme Catalogue - Details: 1990100919901009

Producer: CHAILLET, Ned

Description

SBH:BETRAYAL: the play by Harold Pinter.

A study of triangular infidelity.

With Patricia Hodge, Michael Gambon and Harold Pinter.

Produced by Ned Chaillet.

OTN:SLN010/89DA619 TXN/TDT:R3 09-Oct-1990 ANT:With Opening Announcement

Broadcast history

09 Oct 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Patricia Hodge (Actor)

Harold Pinter (Actor)

Michael Gambon (Actor)

Ned Chaillet (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 498017.

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SBH:BETRAYAL: the play by Harold Pinter. A study of triangular infidelity. With Patricia Hodge, Michael Gambon and Harold Pinter. Produced by Ned Chaillet.

Producer: CHAILLET, Ned

Description

SBH:BETRAYAL: the play by Harold Pinter.

A study of triangular infidelity.

With Patricia Hodge, Michael Gambon and Harold Pinter.

Produced by Ned Chaillet.

OTN:SLN010/89DA619 TXN/TDT:R3 09-Oct-1990 ANT:With Opening Announcement

Broadcast history

09 Oct 1990 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 3)

Contributors

Christopher Good (Actor)

Elizabeth Mansfield (Actor)

Patricia Hodge (Actor)

Harold Pinter (Actor)

Michael Gambon (Actor)

Ned Chaillet (Producer)

Notes: CAIRS 498017.

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 3

DO320051005

By Harold Pinter.

Pinter himself plays Robert, Patricia Hodge is Emma, and Michael Gambon is Jerry in the 1990 production of the celebrated study of infidelity and friendship.

With Christopher Good and Elizabeth Mansfield.

Directed by Ned Chaillet.

DO320051005

By Harold Pinter.

Pinter himself plays Robert, Patricia Hodge is Emma, and Michael Gambon is Jerry in the 1990 production of the celebrated study of infidelity and friendship.

With Christopher Good and Elizabeth Mansfield.

Directed by Ned Chaillet.

SD20120714

SD2012071420170422 (R4)

Harold Pinter's acclaimed drama about a love affair and the intricate nature of deceit which is told in reverse time from its poignant ending to its thrilling first kiss.

Emma - Olivia Colman

Jerry - Andrew Scott

Robert - Charles Edwards

Waiter - Gerard McDermott

Produced/directed by Gaynor Macfarlane

Harold Pinter was born in London in 1930. His writing career spanned over 50 years and produced 29 original stage plays, 27 screenplays, many dramatic sketches, radio and TV plays, poetry, one novel, short fiction, essays, speeches, and letters. In 2005 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature and, in the same year, the Wilfred Owen Award for Poetry and the Franz Kafka Award (Prague). In 2006 he was awarded the Europe Theatre Prize and, in 2007, the highest French honour, the Légion d'honneur. He died in December 2008.

Andrew Scott recently won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor.

Harold Pinter's acclaimed drama about a love affair and the intricate nature of deceit which is told in reverse time from its poignant ending to its thrilling first kiss.

Emma - Olivia Colman

Jerry - Andrew Scott

Robert - Charles Edwards

Waiter - Gerard McDermott

Produced/directed by Gaynor Macfarlane

Harold Pinter was born in London in 1930. His writing career spanned over 50 years and produced 29 original stage plays, 27 screenplays, many dramatic sketches, radio and TV plays, poetry, one novel, short fiction, essays, speeches, and letters. In 2005 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature and, in the same year, the Wilfred Owen Award for Poetry and the Franz Kafka Award (Prague). In 2006 he was awarded the Europe Theatre Prize and, in 2007, the highest French honour, the Légion d'honneur. He died in December 2008.

Andrew Scott recently won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor.

SD2012071420170422 (R4)

Harold Pinter's acclaimed drama about a love affair and the intricate nature of deceit which is told in reverse time from its poignant ending to its thrilling first kiss.

Emma - Olivia Colman

Jerry - Andrew Scott

Robert - Charles Edwards

Waiter - Gerard McDermott

Produced/directed by Gaynor Macfarlane

Harold Pinter was born in London in 1930. His writing career spanned over 50 years and produced 29 original stage plays, 27 screenplays, many dramatic sketches, radio and TV plays, poetry, one novel, short fiction, essays, speeches, and letters. In 2005 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature and, in the same year, the Wilfred Owen Award for Poetry and the Franz Kafka Award (Prague). In 2006 he was awarded the Europe Theatre Prize and, in 2007, the highest French honour, the Légion d'honneur. He died in December 2008.

Andrew Scott recently won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor.

SPAn Englishman Abroad - A Question Of Attribution20060916

A double bill of plays from Alan Bennett.

An Englishman Abroad

1958, a squalid flat in Moscow.

Over a paltry lunch, Guy Burgess interrogates actress Coral Browne about English society gossip.

Coral....Brigit Forsyth

Burgess....Simon Callow

Tolya/Shop Assistant....Peter Swander

Tailor....Robert Pickavance

A Question of Attribution

The late 60s.

Prior to being disgraced as a spy, Professor Anthony Blunt, Director of the Courtauld Institute, is replacing a Titian at the Palace when The Queen comes in.

The painting is a fake...

Blunt....Edward Petherbridge

Restorer....Robert Pickavance

Chubb....Nicky Henson

The Queen....Prunella Scales

Philips....Dan Stevens

Colin....Harry Myers

Producer/director Susan Roberts

SPAn Englishman Abroad - A Question Of Attribution20060916

A double bill of plays from Alan Bennett.

An Englishman Abroad

1958, a squalid flat in Moscow.

Over a paltry lunch, Guy Burgess interrogates actress Coral Browne about English society gossip.

Coral....Brigit Forsyth

Burgess....Simon Callow

Tolya/Shop Assistant....Peter Swander

Tailor....Robert Pickavance

A Question of Attribution

The late 60s.

Prior to being disgraced as a spy, Professor Anthony Blunt, Director of the Courtauld Institute, is replacing a Titian at the Palace when The Queen comes in.

The painting is a fake...

Blunt....Edward Petherbridge

Restorer....Robert Pickavance

Chubb....Nicky Henson

The Queen....Prunella Scales

Philips....Dan Stevens

Colin....Harry Myers

Producer/director Susan Roberts

SPPack Of Lies20060909

Actual events during the Cold War inspired Hugh Whitemore's moving drama, which takes place in a London suburb during the winter of 1960.

Featuring a distinguished cast.

The Jackson family slowly becomes aware that their cherished Canadian neighbours may not be quite what they appear.

Bob....Alfred Molina

Barbara....Rosalind Ayres

Mr Stewart....Michael York

Julie....Fuschia Sumner

Helen Kroger....Teri Garr

Thelma....Rosalyn Landor

Peter Kroger....Ed Begley Jr

Director Martin Jarvis

SPPack Of Lies20060909

Actual events during the Cold War inspired Hugh Whitemore's moving drama, which takes place in a London suburb during the winter of 1960.

Featuring a distinguished cast.

The Jackson family slowly becomes aware that their cherished Canadian neighbours may not be quite what they appear.

Bob....Alfred Molina

Barbara....Rosalind Ayres

Mr Stewart....Michael York

Julie....Fuschia Sumner

Helen Kroger....Teri Garr

Thelma....Rosalyn Landor

Peter Kroger....Ed Begley Jr

Director Martin Jarvis

SPPlenty *2006093020080614

David Hare's play contrasts the experiences of an Englishwoman helping the French Resistance during the Second World War with her life over the following twenty years.

The drama offers a unique view of postwar history as well as making a powerful statement about changing values and the collapse of ideals embodied in a single life.

Susan Traherne....Miranda Richardson

Alice....Hattie Morahan

Brock....Ben Miles

Lazar....Michael Gould

Frenchman 1/Begley....Jonathan Cullen

Darwin....Geoffrey Palmer

Mick....Paul Anderson

Louise....Emilie-Kate Owen

Aung....Chooi Beh

Priest/Announcer....Dale Rapley

Dorcas....Ellie Beaven

Charleson....Angus Wright

Frenchman 2....Sylvester Morand

Directed by John Dove.

By David Hare.

The experiences of an Englishwoman helping the French Resistance during the Second World War - and her life in the following 20 years.

SPPlenty *2006093020080614

David Hare's play contrasts the experiences of an Englishwoman helping the French Resistance during the Second World War with her life over the following twenty years.

The drama offers a unique view of postwar history as well as making a powerful statement about changing values and the collapse of ideals embodied in a single life.

Susan Traherne....Miranda Richardson

Alice....Hattie Morahan

Brock....Ben Miles

Lazar....Michael Gould

Frenchman 1/Begley....Jonathan Cullen

Darwin....Geoffrey Palmer

Mick....Paul Anderson

Louise....Emilie-Kate Owen

Aung....Chooi Beh

Priest/Announcer....Dale Rapley

Dorcas....Ellie Beaven

Charleson....Angus Wright

Frenchman 2....Sylvester Morand

Directed by John Dove.

By David Hare.

The experiences of an Englishwoman helping the French Resistance during the Second World War - and her life in the following 20 years.