"Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), theologian, doctor, Nobel Peace Prize winner - was a remarkable figure of the twentieth century. An ordained pastor and theologian, he was also a renowned musician. He gave up this success to become a missionary doctor and founded a hospital in Africa. He is famous for his compassionate service and his "Reverence for Life." Schweitzer's exemplary conduct, his philosophy on reverence for life and his campaign against nuclear weapons...remain sources of great inspiration today." - H.H, the XIV Dalai Lama.
James Brabazon is a British writer whose career has spanned stage, film and television as writer, actor, story editor, director and producer. His productions include The Six Wives of Henry VIII (story editor, BBC).