TURNING POINT
Paul Williams has been editing Turning Point since it began in 1992. He tells Laura Boobbyer about some of the significant moments in his own life.
01 December 2006
Jessie Sutherland tells Paul Williams about the life-threatening experiences which brought her home in more ways than one.
01 April 2006
Elsa Vogel tells Paul Williams why those who have suffered have so much to give.
01 February 2006
Healing? For me that's impossible, Val Linow told John Bond.
01 December 2005
Hate of his father pushed Kofi Bassaw Quartey to crime. Now he campaigns for integrity in Africa, writes Paul Williams.
01 August 2005
Melville Carson tells Paul Williams about his'great escape' from guilt and bitterness.
01 June 2005
Helena de von Arnim, from Colombia, believed that being abused as a child had condemned her to a lifetime of hate.
01 February 2005
Phyllis Cameron-Johnson tells Paul Williams how paying a train fare, meeting Navajo visitors to her school and a canoeing accident shaped her life.
01 December 2004
Paul Williams tells the story of an Indian dentist who saw his surgery razed to the ground.
01 August 2004
‘What has making your bed got to do with surviving plane crashes and meeting prime ministers? Jim Coulter tells Mike Lowe.
01 June 2004
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