Longtime NPR host Diane Rehm join us to talk about her new book, her podcast and her reaction to current affairs. Her latest book, just published, is called "When My Time Comes." Through interviews with terminally ill patients, and with physicians, ethicists, spouses, relatives and representatives of those who vigorously oppose the movement, Rehm gives voice to a broad range of people who are personally linked to the realities of medical aid in dying.
Diane Rehm, host, "The Diane Rehm Show" on NPR for 37 years; host, NPR podcast "On My Mind"; author, "Finding My Voice," "Toward Commitment: A Dialogue about Marriage," "Life with Maxie," "On My Own" and "When My Time Comes: Conversations About Whether Those Who Are Dying Should Have the Right to Determine When Life Should End." In 2014, President Barack Obama presented Rehm with the National Humanities Medal. In 2010, Diane Rehm won a Personal Peabody Award.
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