Screen Brum’s ‘Death show’

At the end of January, I joined the charming Blake Woodham at the brum radio studio in Digbeth for his regular film n’ music slot.  The focus of the show was on how cinema deals with death and dying: its mythic fantasies and more realistic fare.  Also in the studio, was Dr Anna Locke, a palliative care specialist and member of ‘brumyodo’, a local collective set up with the aim of helping the people of Birmingham have more open and honest conversations about Death.

If you want to hear the show – you can:

 

Michele Aaron

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