A graduate of New College, Oxford, Edward has authored two best-selling books on Buddhism including The Buddha, Geoff and Me.
Tony Morris grew up in Belfast, studied at Cambridge, and now lives in Oxford where he is a member of Kellogg College.
Anne was born and raised in Geneva. After studying politics she became a journalist at the Tribune de Genève, Geneva’s biggest daily newspaper.
Professor Richard Gombrich is Chair and founding Director of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, and a global authority on Pali.
Gay Watson has a doctorate from SOAS in Religious Studies and trained with the Karuna Institute of Core Process Psychotherapy.
Claire O’Brien is best known as a writer of funny stories for children. She has been a practising Buddhist for thirty years.
Robert M. Ellis has a Ph.D. in Philosophy and a Cambridge BA in Oriental Studies and Theology.