The Waterstones Podcast - Care

Posted on 23rd October 2020 by Mark Skinner

Your chance to hear authors going beyond the book to talk about the themes and ideas that obsess us all.


When the pandemic hit, it was nurses who provided the critical care needed to save lives. And when the waves have passed it will be nurses providing the care needed in the aftermath. In this episode we examine what it really means to care with nurse and author Christie Watson and writer Madeleine Bunting, both of whom have travelled the country to see how care works in hospitals, surgeries, care homes and our own houses. What drives people to care for others and what do we need to so to ensure that care exists for all in the future?

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The author of the bestselling The Language of Kindness returns with another life-affirming meditation on the incredible breadth of the nurse’s work.
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Heartfelt and humane, Labours of Love traces Madeleine Bunting’s journey around the country investigating the current, parlous state of the care system through candid and powerful testimony from doctors, social workers, palliative care teams and many others.

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