Diana Wichtel: Driving to Treblinka

Diana Wichtel: Driving to Treblinka

Sunday 2 September 2018, 11:30am—12:30pm

The judges of the 2018 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards described "Driving to Treblinka" as ‘not just a beautifully written book, but an important book, too’ and gave it two non-fiction prizes. Readers know Diana Wichtel as a Listener journalist whose TV reviews and interviews are a consistent highlight of the magazine.



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The judges of the 2018 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards described "Driving to Treblinka" as ‘not just a beautifully written book, but an important book, too’ and gave it two non-fiction prizes. Readers know Diana Wichtel as a Listener journalist whose TV reviews and interviews are a consistent highlight of the magazine. "Driving to Treblinka" is a compassionate, wise memoir about her father, a Holocaust survivor who escaped to Canada and whose life remained a mystery to his estranged children. The truth can set you free but there is always a cost. Diana talks to journalist Philip Matthews.

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