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    Video caption: 'We filmed our dad's final months to help people'

    Two brothers make a documentary to show "you can still have a life" with terminal cancer.

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    Video caption: Derry and Strabane: Remembrance trees for those lost in 2020

    Two Christmas trees have been erected in Londonderry and Strabane to help remember those lost in 2020.

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    Video caption: Covid: 'There are no words for losing loved ones'

    A man who lost his dad in October shares his experience of grieving during the Covid pandemic.

  4. Grief

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    Video caption: Ernie Rea explores the place and nature of faith in today's world.

    Ernie Rea and guests discuss the impact of Covid-19 on different religions and their ability to help people grieve for loved ones.

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    Video caption: Justin Welby and Ephraim Mirvis reflect on personal grief

    The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, and Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis reflect on their grief.

  6. Our Birmingham Fathers

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    Video caption: Three people meet to share experiences of grieving for their musician fathers.

    Three people are grieving their musician fathers, and dealing with their legacies. As they meet and share their experience, the worlds of folk, classical and ska come together.

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    Video caption: Covid-19 grief: 'I just wanted to tell him we loved him'

    Sandra Lazarus says she was denied seeing her husband before he died in a care home due to Covid rules.

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    Video caption: Covid-19 grief: 'I won't have gran back for the rest of my life'

    Molly Evans says she lost her best friend when grandmother Iris Davies, 69, died with Covid

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    Video caption: Photographer Rankin hopes his new exhibition will spark conversations about death

    Famed photographer Rankin hopes his latest exhibition, Lost For Words, will encourage conversations about death

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    Video caption: Covid: 'I knew I was going in hospital to say goodbye to my husband'

    Families who have lost loved ones to coronavirus want better access to bereavement counselling.

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    Video caption: Eleanor lost her mum when she was three, but has been helped by bereavement counselling.

    Eleanor lost her mum when she was three, but has been helped by bereavement counselling funded by Children in Need.