Recorded: 14 Jun 2005
I’m a great friend of Odile Crick and we did discuss this from time to time. This sort of thing, not this particular thing. How much were we part of the scene, of the scenario? How much were we in the play; the play of the great scientific discoveries, the great energy of working and crying and dreaming and getting. In that play we were the little maid who came with the tray and said, tea master, and walked out again. That was our role. We weren’t in the story of the play at all. No, I think, Odile would agree with me.
May Brenner was married to Sydney Brenner from December 1952 until her death in January 2010. She was engaged in doing a Ph.D. in Psychology in London.