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Do funerals need to be sad? Tech talk and the World's First 'Boobstock'

Stephen Jardine stands in and gets to the heart of the news and offers the listeners the opportunity to have their say. Do funerals need to be sad?

Sky News presenter Colin Brazier has said that he has asked mourners to wear black to his wife's funeral and that wearing bright colours at a funeral is 'unfair on children' and risks turning the event into a 'fashion parade'. Writing in the spectator, he says that 'asking people to dress up in bright colours was one small step away from an injunction to 'be jolly'.
Do funerals need to be sad?

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Mon 23 Jul 2018 09:00

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