The power of isolation
Tags: Mental health, Non-fiction, Politics
In the 1980s, while operating as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s special envoy, Terry Waite was taken and held hostage in Lebanon for nearly five years. Since then, Terry has been drawn to finding out more about the power of isolation. In this interview with Tony Gallienne from Guernsey Literary Festival, he will show how solitude shapes the human soul, and explore how it can be a force for good. From Guernsey Literary Festival.