this morning (thursday 25th), 10.33-10.44am, on bbc radio 4
woman’s hour (presented by tina daheley) concludes with …
“At the age of 16 Edith Eger was sent to Auschwitz with her parents and sister. Her parents were executed on arrival, but her bond with her sister sustained her.
Harrowed by trauma and survivor’s guilt once released, she went on train as a psychologist, a role she still nurtures to this day in her early nineties. Edith talks to Tina about her life, her internationally bestselling book “The Choice”, and the very special lesson she has learned about how to not only survive, but to thrive.”
including interview with …
• edith eger
(if you missed it, available from 0:30:43 to 0:42:15 at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m0000t)