Murder-suicide leads to history-making heart transplant, new life for DC woman
The part of the story that belonged to a young woman named Eva Baisey, a very sick 20-year-old nursing student fighting for her life in Fairfax hospital. Dr. Ed Lefrak [with a model of a heart]: The back wall of Eva's heart was left in place. Eva Baisey | Heart transplant recipient: I just woke up. Eva Baisey – who had a life expectancy of one to five years, is now one of the longest living heart transplant recipients in medical history. Eva Baisey: It's OK to let a loved one's organs be donated to help someone else's loved ones.cbsnews.com
New this week: David Byrne, 'The Amazing Race' & Tommy Lee
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. — Gretchen Sorin and Ric Burns' “Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America” was, unfortunately, always going to be of the moment. — Rocker Tommy Lee is in a collaborative state of mind on his new album, “Andro,” out Friday. Sundance Now’s true crime drama “Des” stars David Tennant (“Doctor Who”) as Dennis Nilsen, a serial killer who targeted young men, including the homeless. The three-part “Des,” debuting Thursday on the streaming service, was a recent U.K. TV hit and drew raves for Tennant’s performance.