A Funny Kind Of Life And Death, Episode 2
Further discussion with comedians who found humour in the subject of death.
Stand-up Gary Little found humour in his mother's dying moments and his father's morbid fears; Comedian Jack Rooke experienced heart-breaking bereavement as a teenager, but is on a mission to help others seek happiness after tragedy; Beth Vyse turns the story of her own terrifying diagnosis into a surprisingly hilarious and illuminating tale; and Elaine Malcolmson seems to make light of death - but reveals an unexpectedly personal twist.
- Friday 2nd October 2015
- BBC Radio Scotland
- 30 minutes
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