I always speak out in support of astrology in one-to-one situations when it's being discussed, and I've had a lot of experience of live broadcasting on radio phone-ins on the subject.
"The Observer" newspaper ( a Sunday national for overseas readers info) printed an article which appeared on Sunday 12th August, in advance of Richard Dawkin's TV programme "Enemies of Reason" (see previous post). Their astrologer at the time, Neil Spencer (also a journalist who writes on other subjects), appeared in the programme and wrote the article about his experience of being done over by Dawkins. He came out rather well as he refused to be drawn or rattled.
Feedback was invited from readers so I sent mine in response to the article. The feedback special was published on Sunday 19th August and my comment was included. To be truthful, I'd even forgotten I'd written it once I'd got it off my chest, but do confess to being rather pleased that, not only was it published, but that the Astrological Psychology Association got a mention in a national newspaper.
Here's what I wrote:
Alongside it appears in the "Your letters special" column published by the newspaper.