Gabriel Weston

Gabriel Weston was born in 1970. She went to Edinburgh University to read English and from there to medical school in London. She graduated as a doctor in 2000 and became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2003. She now works as a part-time ENT surgeon. She is the author of DIRECT RED: A Surgeon’s Story (Cape, 2009), which won the PEN Ackerley Prize and was longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award, and a novel, DIRTY WORK (Cape, 2013). She has also worked as a prime-time TV doctor for over five years. She was the sole presenter of the six-part series Incredible Medicine: Doctor Weston’s Casebook (BBC2), and is about to start filming her seventh series of Trust Me I’m a Doctor (BBC2). She lives in London with her husband and four children.

Bibliography

Organs

Organs

Jonathan Cape, 2019
Dirty Work

Dirty Work

Jonathan Cape, 2013