Miriam Frank, Rosemary Friedman
Miriam Frank had to adjust to new countries and new languages before becoming a successful anaesthetist and respected translator. Prolific writer Rosemary Friedman gives us an insight into the world of books, theatre and television. Together they discussed what is remembered, revealed or kept silent in autobiographies.
Miriam Frank had fled two wars and lived on three continents by the age of 12. She qualified as a consultant in anaesthesia and is a passionate literary translator. My Innocent Absence, Tales from a Nomadic Life is her memoir.Rosemary Friedman
Rosemary Friedman is the best-selling author of novels, short stories, screenplays, TV series and stage plays. She is a reviewer, lecturer and literary-prize judge. Life is a Joke: A Writer\'s Memoir is her recently published memoir.Rachel Lasserson
Rachel Lasserson founded the Anglo-Brazilian Shakespeare Forum, directed plays and taught physical theatre in England and Brazil. From 2007 to 2013 she was editor of The Jewish Quarterly.