3 Aug, 2021

On air and ether …

BBC London News

Friends, if you’re interested but haven’t found it, the short version is on the main BBC News website here:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-london-58014609  It also featured on BBC London TV news in the morning, noon and evening news.

The full version is here:

BBC Radio London

Early Breakfast show with Jason Rosam – Includes an interview with Paul Murphy-Kasp who produced the video

 

Morning show with Eddie Nestor – Includes interviews with Paul Murphy-Kasp, and Ellie Ball of Dignity in Dying

8 Comments

  1. Such a powerful and brave testimony and such an important contribution. I’m so glad it was out today and feel immensely proud of you xx

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  2. Well done, David!

    Love from Ann, Herman, Bethany and Jordan

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  3. We absolutely reflect what others have said. “Choice” is the word that is important.
    Thinking of you, many times a day.

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  4. Another wonderful contribution to the cause!

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  5. What a good interview finger cross it goes though My love as always

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  6. I am so proud of you and so proud to be your friend. It was a wonderful tribute to you and to the MND cause.

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  7. Fight the good fight David. You are speaking up not just for yourself but so many people who just ask to have their choice recognised. It has to be time this country listened.

    Still think of you and your ready smile.

    Love from Mary

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  8. Just brilliant Dave. You are so brave, and continue to do so much good for the MND community and raising awareness. Lots of love xxxx

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