I look forward to being interviewed on the current affairs programme.
It is in passive construction, hence to has been placed before being. Am I right?
How could she think of the baby being born in the house?-AY Byatt, 1985.
Does this sentence contain passive construction? I think it does. If it contains a passive construction, why to preposition has not been placed before being? It would be better if I got some sentences similar to this sentence, containing being+past participle without the preposition to.