Clare Jenkins explores the emotional challenges faced when clearing out her parents' home.
John Waite finds out about the funerals organised by councils.
Clare Balding walks with Carolyn Savidge in north Somerset.
A journalist revisits the audio diary that documents her husband's sudden departure.
Annie Broadbent shares her experience of being bereaved.
Sheila Dillon explores how bereavement can change our relationship with food.
As part of U2's new album 'Innocence & Experience', Bono wrote 'Iris' about his mother.
A 77-year-old cox and a rowing eight that helps him recover from the loss of his wife.
Tim Samuels asks if death itself can be disrupted.
Tom Dyckhoff examines the importance of design after death.
Two people with different views come together to see if they empathise with each other.
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.
Three funeral directors talk about the changes they have seen in their profession.
Novelist Kim Sherwood and comedian Cariad Lloyd talk about creating art inspired by death
Joan Bakewell explores the options available when you can’t afford a funeral.
Nick Clarke's widow Barbara Want investigates how we as a society deal with bereavement.
Charting Claire Prosser's first year without her teenage son, Tom, who died suddenly.
Charlotte Smith meets the family forced to rescue the farm, while facing bereavement.
Giles Fraser explores the role of sacred spaces in remembering those lost at Passchendaele
Rani is trying to find her baby brother's grave, a family tragedy no-one speaks about.
Documentary about the daily obituary readings on North Carolina radio station WPAQ 740AM.
Alan Dein meets a 108-year-old family firm of funeral directors.
Grace Dent follows listener Shirley as she finds out more about how her estranged son died
A meditation on loss, with real and imagined stories bound by sound and silence.
Matthew Bannister celebrates a decade of Last Word and the purpose and panache of the obit
The women who overcame grief through friendship and sea shanties.
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.