16 July 2021 12:13 PM
In this episode, host Charlie Connelly discusses the life of writer, journalist and pianist Ève Curie. In Paris, she was renowned for her beauty, talent and, naturally, her name. As the daughter of Marie Curie, despite her own success, she never shook off the guilt that she was the only member of her family to avoid working with radiation and its harmful effects. She took the Curie name across the world, but its legacy never stopped weighing heavily on her.