1 hr 29 min

PAUL UNWIN TALKS TRAUMA,, SURVIVOR'S GUILT, CREATING CASUALTY, GRATITUDE, GRIEF, FEAR, DRUMMING,GRATEFUL DEAD, STEELY DAN, BEDALES SCHOOL, EMDR, ARTHUR MILLER, NOT DWELLING ON REGRET‪.‬ SHED TALKS (Jeremy Thomas)

    • Mental Health

Paul Unwin is the co-creator of huge hit TV show 'Casualty' with best friend Jeremy Brock, was the artistic director of the Bristol Old Vic, and collaborator and good friend of playwright Arthur Miller, to name a few accolades. He talks about the traumatic turning point of his life at the young age of 19, therapy and later EMDR, survivor's guilt. His ethos is "Don't live with regret, don't live with fear".
Paul also talks about his recent West End play 'The Enfield Haunting', as well as his new play, ‘The Promise’, about the birth of the NHS.
Paul has two children and a wife called Kate who he thinks of as his ‘very best friend’. Both his parents were in the diplomatic service, his father was an ambassador, his mother, interestingly, was a German Jew who managed to escape to England in 1938 from the Nazis. Paul’s other best friend is his dog, who he refuses to call a pet.

Paul Unwin is the co-creator of huge hit TV show 'Casualty' with best friend Jeremy Brock, was the artistic director of the Bristol Old Vic, and collaborator and good friend of playwright Arthur Miller, to name a few accolades. He talks about the traumatic turning point of his life at the young age of 19, therapy and later EMDR, survivor's guilt. His ethos is "Don't live with regret, don't live with fear".
Paul also talks about his recent West End play 'The Enfield Haunting', as well as his new play, ‘The Promise’, about the birth of the NHS.
Paul has two children and a wife called Kate who he thinks of as his ‘very best friend’. Both his parents were in the diplomatic service, his father was an ambassador, his mother, interestingly, was a German Jew who managed to escape to England in 1938 from the Nazis. Paul’s other best friend is his dog, who he refuses to call a pet.

1 hr 29 min