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When I Die: A Two Week Conversation

Labour strategist and peer Philip Gould was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus in 2008 and in the summer of 2011 was given three months to live. 

He commissioned filmaker Adrian Steirn to create an intimate portrait of his final weeks.

When I Die was partly filmed in the Highgate Cemetery, where Philip would spend his 'life after death'.

Beautiful and inspiring!

[video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2eUw0CUuMc[video]

Supporting Others

Interview: Geriatrician Dr Maree Todd

DrMareeToddWhen should you offer to help elderly friends and relatives, and when should you stand back? 

Listen to our interview with Maree, a geriatrician for the Auckland District Health Board and an advisor to national care company Bupa. 

Supporting Others

A Rockette's Legacy

Original Rockette Louise Neistat trained thousands of tap dancers at her home studio, and for more than 45 years coordinated an annual show to raise money for cancer charities. Learn about Louise in this short film by her grandson, Casey.

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