Betrayal is a radio play by Harold Pinter. Originally produced in 1990 , the most recent production was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as an installment of Saturday Drama on 14 July 2012[1].


The story of a love affair and the intricate nature of deceit, told in reverse time from its poignant ending to its thrilling first kiss.


Critical ReceptionEdit

"...exquisitely directed...This is how good the production was: you simply, instantly forgot about the reverse order. The writing, beautiful and sharp, certainly helped, with its leitmotifs (a game of squash, a trip to Torcello, a memory of picking up a young child) linking together the fragments of the couple's story, but this was also about three brilliant performances (Charles Edwards played Emma's husband Robert) that entirely convinced from the off." - Elizabeth Mahoney, The Guardian [2]


  1. Radiolistings

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