Interview with Phillip Adams

It was great to have the chance to talk to Phillip Adams about my new book, IN LOVE AND WAR: NURSING HEROES, on ABC Radio National last night.  The book is released this week and if you’d like to listen to or download the interview you can do so here:

Britain’s WWII Guinea Pig Club

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/latenightlive/britain27s-ww2-27guinea-pig-club27/6404286

In Love & War cover

 

5 thoughts on “Interview with Phillip Adams”

  1. I enjoyed your book very much Liz. I was growing up in Australia at roughly the same time as your English childhood and the similarities were interesting. I trained as a nurse in the 1950’s and again the training you wrote of was very similar. It was great to think over what a different world we lived in then with its strict social and class barriers. I was also very interested in your thoughts of celebrity politicians and the reality behind Gordon Brown’s facial expression. Remembering small every items like Basildon Bond and Kirby grips I found very touching. Thank you for such a great read.

  2. Thanks for your lovely comments Jennifer, I am glad you enjoyed the connections and the think the book worked. Are you related to my friend and former colleague at Curtin, Julienne Van Loon?

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