To create the marathon text of TWENTY FOUR HOURS OF PEACE , Neil spent nearly six months travelling across the UK, meeting one hundred remarkable individuals. He talked to MPs and diplomats; to artists and activists ; to rabbis, ministers and imams; to women’s refuge workers and to schoolteachers; to veterans ; to people who work in uniform as well as people who work behind desks . The youngest of his interviewees had just turned 18 – and the oldest was about to turn 100 . He asked them about their lives – about their work – and about what inspires them to keep on working for peace.
To hear some of the actual voices of the 100 people who Neil interviewed to create the text of TWENTY FOUR HOURS OF PEACE , go to Resonance FM mixcloud replay section, and listen to our curated podcast selection
There is a fully searchable archive of all of Neil’s 100 interviews – including both a complete set of transcripts and a complete set of audio recordings – held in the British Library. Please send any enquiries about the archive to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, if you want to know more about those 100 people… here they all are :