About

Dying to talk project
Dying to talk is a multi-media project exploring societies changing attitudes towards death and dying through informative, audio, video and written features.

Showcasing events such as death cafe, it explores how people around us are participating in free-flowing conversations about a subject that is often considered taboo.

Other content will reveal the experiences of those working within the ‘death industry’ including ministers, funeral photographers and alternative death advocates revealing how their professions have changed both their attitudes and approach towards death, dying and life in general.

Video content will also investigate the importance of a funeral to the grieving process with key interviews with those who help to arrange our final farewell.

Extra content will provide in-depth reviews and information on events that help to naturalise and publicise death and dying through interesting artwork.

All multi-media content will be published on this blog between January and March with the blog dedicated to exploring the topic both sensitively and informatively.

Twitter: @dyingtotalk

About me

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I’m a final year student currently studying multi-media journalism at Bournemouth University.The project contributes to my final degree mark and I am hugely passionate and dedicated to showcasing the topic of death and dying in a refreshing and informative way.

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  1. Good morning,

    I have discovered your website today and have really been captivated by your content, I was just wondering if you would be interested in a guest post? If so, I have a post that I think will really fit this blog nicely. Entitled ‘Changing attitudes to death mean more people are planning their own funerals’, the post talks about how more and more people are planning their own funerals. It then goes on to advise people of the considerations they will need to make should they want to plan their own funeral.

    Does this sound like something of interest to you?

    If it is, I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Thank you for your time,

    Dean Ronnie

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