Recently, I appeared on the local PBS radio and television affiliate (KPBS) to discuss a new assisted suicide bill that has been introduced in the California legislature.
Although the station representatives weren’t initially aware of it, both I and the gentleman taking the opposing view were widowers who lost our wives to cancer.
They were surprised and supportive when this turned out to be the case, and it helped balance the discussion since we both had very moving personal stories.
We first did a 15-minute radio debate, which can be listened to through a specialized audio player at this link:
Look for the “KBPS Midday Edition” player, about half way down the page (just under the YouTube video, though personally I haven't been able to get the audio player to work).
They also had us discuss the subject on their “KPBS Evening Edition” television program, the video for which is here:
This was the first time that I met John La Grange, and we had very cordial discussions off the air. I gave him my condolences for his loss, and I told him that I would be praying for him and his late wife, which he appreciated. I’d ask others to do so as well. Thank you in advance!