As a hostage in Lebanon Terry Waite endured nearly five harrowing years in strict solitary confinement. His endurance in the face of unimaginable suffering is a compelling tale. He explores his experiences in the Middle East both as hostage-negotiator and hostage. He talks about how such a long period of solitude has shaped his own life and that of others, and his new book Solitude. In conversation with BBC Radio’s Vernon Harwood.
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