Margaret Rice talking about death
In August 2019, Margaret Rice was a guest of the Canberra Writer's Festival.
"Two universal events bookend our lives: we are all born and we will all die. But we live in a period of intense death denial. Why is it that we cannot have a conversation about death and dying? With the recent legislation of euthanasia in Victoria, has the ultimate taboo been broken? Journalist and author of the successful blog Good Grief! and A Good Death, Margaret Rice joins Suharsha Kanathigoda, Director of Palliative Care ACT and Melissa Reader, CEO of LifeCircle Australia in a candid and compassionate conversation."
The unexpected death of someone much loved
Margaret Rice, author Neil Humphreys and broadcaster Jason Dasey talked about the grief over the unexpected death of someone much loved on Singapore Radio's Money FM. To listen, go to: Money FM, Singapore Radio, Saturday May 11, 2019 - Interview with broadcaster Jason Dasey and author Neil Humphreys.
Back to the future of Eugenics
Boyer lecture 2018, Professor John Rasko
Bringing the dead back home - ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler.
Richard interview with Jenny Briscoe-Hough of Tender Funerals.
Darkness is Golden audio experiences
Mary Hoang, Spotify
Getting Comfortable with Death.
Hilary Harper of ABC Radio National’s Life Matters interviews Margaret Rice, author of A Good Death: A compassionate and practical guide to prepare for the end of life and Sally Tisdale author of Advice for Future Corpses and Those Who Love Them
How to better respond to a friend experiencing grief – ABC Cassie McCullagh
It’s Not What You See in the Movies
Mamamia’s The Grief Episode
by Rebecca Sparrow and Robin Bailey
No intubation instructions by seniors fearing Covid-19
What Building your own Coffin teaches you about life, death and meaning.
Podcast No 443: an Art of Manliness podcast
Sex and Death – ABC Radio Days Like These, Elizabeth Kulas
Still Jill podcasts
By ovarian cancer activist, the late Jill Emberson
Turning Grief into Positive Action
By Tom Windsor
Author Bianca Norgardy, interviewed by ABC’s Richard Fidler on the medical, historical and spiritual aspects of death