Celebrating the release of Hella Pick's autobiography Invisible Walls - A Journalist in Search of Her Life we are thrilled to share a recording of the book launch.
The book tells the remarkable personal story of the renowned British-Austrian journalist, who arrived in England as a child refugee in 1939 and distinguished herself as diplomatic editor during her nearly four decades covering global events for the Guardian.
The award-winning journalist spoke to Alexandra Föderl-Schmid, deputy chief editor of the Süddeutsche Zeitung and Nicola Glucksman, psychotherapist and daughter of German-Jewish child refugees, about her longstanding career as a journalist as well as her professional and personal experiences.
This event was recorded at the Austrian Embassy London.
Read a review about Invisible Walls here.