Local podcast How To Die teaches listeners how to live
'Each episode features an in-depth interview with someone who dances on the edges of death, to learn what death can teach us about life.'
.There are sixteen episodes available now, dating back to November 2020, each about half-an-hour to fifty minutes long.Guests on the show include a tombstone maker, a forensic pathologist, a biker and ex-traffic cop, a palliative care nurse, a funeral consultant, a spiritual counsellor, a Hindu priest, a sangoma and many others.
Recent episodes with an undertaker and a paramedic reveal sides of life we seldom hear or think about.The show, says O’Connor, “is a way to honour my guests, people who serve us in often thankless but vital ways. They see things most of us don’t.”O’Connor has hosted countless
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Enyobeni Tavern | Local youth want action to prevent future tragediesThe youth of Scenery Park in the Eastern Cape have sent a stern warning to tavern owners selling alcohol to underage patrons after 21 teenagers died at a local tavern at the weekend. Being the head of the home isn't easy, you are expected to provide for the home, I lost my job during the pandemic and relied on the little money I had,things were hard until I met Allison_Grillo and started Bitcoin trading, I earned R150,000 in 3 weeks thanks Allison_Grillo. I was scammed through Bitcoin couple of months ago, I started hating Bitcoin until I was introduced to Allison_Grillo, and I gave Bitcoin trading another try, I successfully withdrew $35,000 after two weeks of trading, am so grateful Allison_Grillo thank you. Taking responsibility is a problem in this c`try.Those kids parents n community shd take responsibility 4 allowing their children loose.last yr 30+ kids were slaughtered during 1 is charged 4 that.maybe some1 is tryx to link it to foreign nationals
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There are sixteen episodes available now, dating back to November 2020, each about half-an-hour to fifty minutes long. Guests on the show include a tombstone maker, a forensic pathologist, a biker and ex-traffic cop, a palliative care nurse, a funeral consultant, a spiritual counsellor, a Hindu priest, a sangoma and many others. Or listen to full audio. Recent episodes with an undertaker and a paramedic reveal sides of life we seldom hear or think about. We can't wait to see what else is in store for him, so stay tuned! "Don't forget me when you're walking that red carpet. The show, says O’Connor, “is a way to honour my guests, people who serve us in often thankless but vital ways. They see things most of us don’t. "We can't take it anymore, we want to ensure this does not happen again in Scenery Park.
” O’Connor has hosted countless Death Cafes in and around Cape Town, where he realised that although people crave these conversations, they seldom have them. “When you break the taboo about speaking about death,” he says, “there’s a mischievous element at play, it becomes light-hearted, the very opposite of morbid.” He has trained as an end-of-life carer and works as part of a palliative team, in addition to providing supportive services to families experiencing grief and assisting as a celebrant for memorial services. Future episodes in the latest season How To Die will feature a forensic reconstruction artist, a psychic, a rabbi, and a contractor responsible for providing a dignified burial to homeless and indigent people. Listen to How To Die here.
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