Join Peabody-award-winning journalist and NPR radio talk show host, Diane Rehm as she is interviewed by Oasis about her book, and upcoming documentary When My Time Comes: Conversations About Whether Those Who Are Dying Should Have the Right to Determine When Life Should End. Diane became a champion of the growing right-to-die movement after her first husband, ravaged by Parkinson’s disease, begged doctors in vain for help ending his life. In a series of interviews in her book, Diane discusses the pros and cons with people who have seen the effects at close range: patients, relatives, physicians, clergy, hospice administrators, and others. The documentary, premiering on PBS April 13, 2021, follows Rehm across the country to take an in-depth look at medical aid in dying. She speaks to people on all sides of the issue, uncovering the pros and cons, the facts and the misinformation surrounding this controversial practice that is now legal in nine states and the District of Columbia. The result is both moving and informative – an eye-opening documentary that is sure to provoke strong reactions and thoughtful conversations among viewers of all ages and backgrounds. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. Receive a 20% discount when purchasing Diane’s book online when you register for this class. Coupon code to purchase the book online from Left Bank Books will be included in your receipt.