Sybil Ruscoe visits a Welsh farm offering eco-friendly burials.
John Waite finds out about the funerals organised by councils.
Do you try to lead a greener life? Tom Heap investigates how to have the greenest death.
Joan Bakewell and her panel discuss how you can opt for a watery grave.
From Gilgamesh to Cryonics - Ernie Rea and guests discuss the quest for immortality.
Sculptor and musician Nick Reynolds talks about his fascination with death masks.
Ernie Rea in conversation with guests about the place of faith in today's complex world.
Dame Evelyn Glennie reveals how there is more to listening than hearing.
Across Britain, cremation ashes remain uncollected. Amanda Mitchinson investigates why.
Hand-digging a grave is a dying art. Cathy FitzGerald takes lessons.
Joan Bakewell explores the options available when you can’t afford a funeral.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss Last Rites in some of the world's major faiths.
Neil MacGregor's series continues with a focus on our relationship with the dead.
Maaureesha Shaw talks to Euella Jackson about the traditional way of mourning in Jamaica.
Dr Girdari Bhan, past President of the World Hindu Council UK, discusses mourning.
Chief Rabbi, Ephraim Mirvis discusses mourning with Euella Jackson.
Timothy Secret on Confucius. To live well together we must first consider the dead.
As she approaches her 80th year, Penelope Simpson decides to paint her own coffin.
Marie-Louise Muir explores the tradition of keening for the dead in Ireland.
The designer Steven Thomas meets the modern day surrealist Nancy Fouts.
Clare joins three taxidermists with a unique take on wildlife by the River Wharfe.
One family's struggle to raise the money to cremate their dead dad. Grace Dent presents.
Reverend Kate Bottley investigates the growth of professional funeral singers in Britain.
Writer Michael Rosen explores the language of bereavement and grief.
Ian Sansom reflects on the art of taxidermy and our need to preserve life by stuffing it.