CBR Executive Director Gregg Cunningham on BBC radio

Gregg Cunningham

Gregg Cunningham

CBR Executive Director Gregg Cunningham was interviewed on a BBC Radio 4 news broadcast earlier today.  The interviewer was obviously an arrogant, hard-core leftist idealogue.  To hear the interview, click here.

Gregg and CBR UK Director Andy Stephenson had been scheduled to appear on a BBC Radio 5 Live broadcast 2 hours later to debate British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) abortion providers.  Regarding the second interview, Gregg wrote supporters

… they (BPAS) apparently cancelled after listening to our first interview and the BBC pulled the plug on our second appearance.  Cowards.  This is exactly why we must make our case in the public square.  The press and our opponents are determined to suppress our message.  The newspapers write about us only when they can quote the abortion industry telling scurrilous lies about us and the radio broadcasters interview us only until they discover that they can’t embarrass us on the air.

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5 Responses to “CBR Executive Director Gregg Cunningham on BBC radio”

  1. April 27th, 2012 at 4:51 pm

    Ray says:

    The link to the program didn’t work for me. I had to go to the BBC iplayer and track it down. Greg did great! The interviewer was clearly attempting to steamroll him, but Greg kept his cool and never went off message. I found it funny that Greg was giving all of these logical arguments against abortion and for the use of images and the guy responds, “You’re not really concerned with using logical arguments.” No sir. You’re obviously not interested in hearing them!

  2. April 27th, 2012 at 5:13 pm

    Fletcher says:

    The link works for me:

    If that doesn’t work, you can go to this link and drage the cursor to 1:34:39:

  3. May 14th, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    BBC belligerence toward CBR Director apparently backfired says:

    […] Blogging for The Telegraph, Cristina Odone wrote that CBR’s Gregg Cunningham got the better of BBC’s John Humphrys in their recent interview (reported here). […]

  4. May 19th, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    John says:

    Great debate! Sent BBC running home crying.

    The one additional thing that could have been added is that the use of abortion images for the purpose of opening a rational dialogue–to engage in the very discussion that the BBC host was denying pro-life advocated do.

    After all, the truth that a woman enters a abortion facility with a live baby and leaves a dead baby behind is apparent to all. Our effort is to argue that the dead baby does not deserve to her fate. We argue rationally–more so than the those who promote the killing and that those who hope to bury their head in the sand.

    The very human propensity (weakness) to deny that things are as bad as reported is our struggle. To take every thought captive for the Glory of God.

  5. July 25th, 2012 at 11:54 am

    (Prolifer)ations 5-1-12 | Jill Stanek says:

    […] Fletcher Armstrong shares Center for Bio-Ethical Reform director Gregg Cunningham’s BBC radio interview. Cunningham had originally been booked for a second program, but British Pregnancy Advisory Service abortion providers scheduled for the debate bowed out, resulting in its cancellation. Cunningham concludes pro-lifers must make their case in the public square, thanks to media suppression. […]

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