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An altercation before Fraser attends the first night of a production of The Birthday Party

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

A glimpse in a restaurant and an altercation before Fraser attends the opening night of a production of Pinter's The Birthday Party in 1975. At dinner afterwards they do not talk until Fraser gets up to leave and say goodbye. 'Must you go?' Pinter asks. Three short words that were to change their lives.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

A glimpse in a restaurant and an altercation before Fraser attends the opening night of a production of Pinter's The Birthday Party in 1975.

At dinner afterwards they do not talk until Fraser gets up to leave and say goodbye.

'Must you go?' Pinter asks.

Three short words that were to change their lives.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

An altercation before Fraser attends the first night of a production of The Birthday Party

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

A glimpse in a restaurant and an altercation before Fraser attends the opening night of a production of Pinter's The Birthday Party in 1975.

At dinner afterwards they do not talk until Fraser gets up to leave and say goodbye.

'Must you go?' Pinter asks.

Three short words that were to change their lives.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

An altercation before Fraser attends the first night of a production of The Birthday Party

A glimpse in a restaurant and an altercation before Fraser attends the opening night of a production of Pinter's The Birthday Party in 1975. At dinner afterwards they do not talk until Fraser gets up to leave and say goodbye. 'Must you go?' Pinter asks. Three short words that were to change their lives.

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Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter.

Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter. Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter. Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter.

Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter. Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter.

Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Harold Pinter. Disapproval from her father Lord Longford on the one hand, and the media glare from the paparazzi on the other are balanced by the joy of togetherness in Europe and New York.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Fraser remembers the reactions in the 1970s to her decision to live with Pinter.

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2001 brings the death of Fraser's father and Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

2001 was a year of fear and loss. For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis. But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

2001 was a year of fear and loss. For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis. But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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2001 brings the death of Fraser's father and Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

2001 was a year of fear and loss.

For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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2001 brings the death of Fraser's father and Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

2001 was a year of fear and loss.

For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

2001 brings the death of Fraser's father and Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

2001 was a year of fear and loss.

For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis.

But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

2001 was a year of fear and loss. For Fraser the first loss is her father's death, and her great fear comes with Pinter's cancer diagnosis. But there is happiness too, and the strength of love tested by adversity.

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Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of his cancer.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of his cancer.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of his cancer.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication.

Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication. Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of his cancer.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication.

Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of his cancer.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication.

Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication. Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter directs, performs and celebrates his 75th birthday, in spite of the debilitating effects of his cancer medication. Then comes an unexpected phone call: 'I seem to have won the Nobel Prize.'

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls. First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls. First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

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Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls. First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls.

Antonia Fraser reads from her diary of her life with Harold Pinter.

First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

A Heavy Entertainment production for BBC Radio 4.

Pinter is still working, still grasping at the joy of life, until a double blow falls. First the death of his oldest friend, the playwright Simon Gray, and then his own fateful diagnosis.

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