Dying to Tell

Understanding how little is known about end of life and death care in 2017 I launched a podcast series through Melbourne's Joy 94.9 FM. Dying to Tell brings to life conversations on death and dying with information and insights from experts in health care, law and policy as well as funeral professionals.

Dying To Tell

Podcast

8 April 2019
Where Do We Go From Here? Voluntary Assisted Dying in Victoria

In 2017 we launched Dying to Tell with an in depth look at the proposed Voluntary Assisted Dying legislation. This legislation passed in November 2017 and from 19th June 2019 Victorians will be able to request […]

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31 January 2019
The Future of Death & Ageing – Dying To Tell; Ep8

“We are all end users… so why does it suck so much?” A New Year of Dying to Tell begins with the launch of a report on ‘The Future of Death and Ageing’ by the […]

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31 July 2018
Dying to Know Day 2018 – Dying To Tell; Ep7

Now in its 6thyear Dying to Know Day, an annual day of action dedicated to bringing to life conversations and community actions around death, dying and bereavement is Australia’s biggest community conversation about death.  With […]

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16 July 2018
Do Funerals Matter? – Dying To Tell; Ep6

The philosopher, the anthropologist, the therapist and the funeral director join us as we ask – Do Funerals Matter? As the funeral industry tries to stay relevant in a time of disruption from the death […]

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13 April 2018
THOUGHTFUL COMMUNICATION WITH YOUNG PEOPLE ABOUT DEATH – DYING TO TELL; Ep5

For all of us the experience of grief and loss can be hard to explain. This is especially true for young people who may be experiencing these feelings for the first time. On this episode […]

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13 February 2018
Returning to Country – Dying To Tell; Ep4

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander listeners are warned that this program may contain names that may relate to deceased persons. Have you ever wondered why some Australian TV programs and films include a warning for […]

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8 December 2017
Advanced Care Planning – Dying To Tell; Ep3

Approx 85% of Australians will die after a chronic illness, not a sudden event. Up to 50% will be incapable of making their own decision at the end of life. With the Advanced Care Planning […]

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7 November 2017
Death. Why so afraid? – Dying To Tell; Ep2

What is so scary about looking at our mortality, and why are we all so reluctant to talk about the “D” word. Join Stephanie and Gina for Episode 2 – Death, Why so afraid?, where […]

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15 October 2017
Yes, we are going there – Voluntary Assisted Dying – Dying to Tell; Ep 1

The Victorian Government proposes introducing legislation for voluntary assisted dying in Victoria. As parliament resumes the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill will be up for debate. We talk with Fiona Patten about the process of the […]

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We were very impressed with your demeanor on the day, the delivery of the eulogy and most of all your composure – the whole ceremony was very tastefully executed.

Wendy C.

Your interpretation of the information we gave you, was more than we expected, it was excellent.

John C.

...comprehensive, dignified, well researched, very appropriate and of course totally professional.

Albert S.

The ceremony was elegant and dignified. You truly have a gift for writing and capturing the spirit of the person.

Lisa, May 2013