From the webpage description:
This week's City Inside/Out takes an in-depth look at the issue of growth, density, and preserving neighborhood character. Interviews include: Chuck Weinstock, Exec. Dir., Capitol Hill Housing; Liz Dunn, Dunn and Hobbes; Dana Behar, HAL Real Estate Investments; Sally Clark, Seattle City Council; Chris Leman, Chair, City Neighborhood Council. The program also includes an in-studio discussion with former King County Councilmember Brian Derdowski, and Clark Williams-Derry, Research Director, Sightline Institute.
Clark Williams-Derry argues that if you have height limits and urban growth boundaries, affordability goes out the window.... Brian Derdowski seems to want to preserve the old ways and fight for the neighbourhoods, but do so by directing people to live in other places (like the Midwest) -- i.e., don't come here, to the Pacific Northwest, we got ours, now you go somewhere else. Huh. Did that ever work in a free society?
The pointer for this video came from Clark Williams-Derry's own [url=http://www.sightline.org/daily_score/archive/2007/05/25/sightline-on-tv:7c45d]Sightline Institute blog, aka "the Daily Score"[/url:7c45d].
Other points of interest: the developers and community organizers (including the affordability folks) working together to use increased density to get to win-win; the developer who's using "character" to drive retail; the developer who solicits "interesting" retail of benefit to the neighbourhood.