Kathryn Mannix interview with David Schneider shortlisted for ‘Interview of the Year’ award by the Sandford Awards

Kathryn Mannix Radio 4 ‘One to One’ interview with David Schneider has been shortlisted for ‘Interview of the Year’ award by the Sandford St Martin’s Trust, a charity that promotes excellence in broadcasting based on Faiths, Ethics and Morality.

Info at http://sandfordawards.org.uk/the-awards/2016-awards/2016-awards-shortlists/  and  https://twitter.com/sandfordawards

Use the following link to listen to the interview: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06nnqlj

David Schneider is terrified of death. In his two editions of One to One, he wants to try to overcome his fear by talking to those who have first-hand understanding of dying. In this programme, he talks to Palliative Care consultant, Kathryn Mannix. With almost forty years of clinical experience and witnessing over twelve thousand deaths, she believes that a ‘good death’ is possible even when you are seriously ill. She explains the process of dying to David. This, she believes, if accepted by the patient, removes much of the anxiety and fear surrounding the end of life.
To hear an extended version of this programme please visit the programme page.
The second programme in David’s series in which he talks to writer and journalist, Jenny Diski, who has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, can still be found on the BBC iplayer.


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