Skip to content

Episode 06 | Unless Death Wants To Fight

This season, our stories have centered mostly around criminal justice — people caught up in violence, courts and prison.

But in Episode Six, we explore how the law intersects with what can be the most intimate and difficult decision a person ever makes — if they get the chance: choosing how to die.

Death is likely the most difficult thing we will all face sooner or later. But mourning the death of a loved one can be harder still when they’ve decided to die.  And then… there’s coming to terms with the fact that you supported this choice.

And this concludes Season One! Thanks to everyone who’s listened and shared their stories and reviews.

Sign up for our newsletter: we’ll share exclusive content and link to a brief survey where you can share feedback and ideas while we plan Season Two. You can fill it out anonymously, but we’ve got some exciting new Gray Area swag and will draw prizes for people who submit the survey with their contact info.

Follow us on social media:
@GrayAreaPodcast on Facebook and Instagram
@GrayAreaAudio on Twitter

More details plus all our previous episodes, show notes, a link to our survey, swag and newsletter signup on our website:

Until season 2, stay GRAY out there!


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Canadian Government page on Medical Assistance in Dying
Canada’s Supreme Court Ruling
A Good Day to Die, by Kathryn McKenzie

Valli Barrioz
Bill Monning
Glenn Church
Kathy McKenzie

Julie Reynolds Martínez and Mara Reynolds

Blue Dot Sessions  | Elmore Heights | Allston Night Owl
Lobo Loco | Just A Moment 
Meydan | Tired of Life
Lobo Loco | Adored
Meydan | Contemplate the Stars
David Hilowitz | Time Passing
Ketsa | better offers | blue violets

Thank you, Free Music Archive

Arlene O’Bryan | Provided photo
Arlene in a tree | Provided photo

Warren Church | Provided photo

Oh and hey — if you like Gray Area, please be sure to
rate or review it on iTunes. It helps us reach more people.

Photo | Mara Reynolds @aflowerforallreasons