In this episode we speak to Polly Morland, a documentary maker turned writer, about her new book which she wrote during lockdown. The book documents the life of a GP working in a rural practice. Polly chats about the benefits of long research chats and how to maintain the anonymity of contributors when needed.
Polly is a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines and also teaches part-time at Cardiff School of Journalism.
A Fortunate Woman, a country doctor’s story (published 9th June 2022)
Metamorphosis: How and Why We Change
Risk Wise: Nine Everyday Adventures
The Society of Timid Souls: Or, How to be Brave
PEW Literary https://www.pewliterary.com/author/polly-morland
Penguin Random House
Pan Macmillan (Picador)