Recent finds on the internet

Our regular round-up of online articles

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On the internet this month

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Film review: This Is Where I Leave You

Based on Jonathan Tropper’s novel of the same name, this 2014 film is about a family of grown-up children returning home for their father’s funeral.   Director, Shawn Levy, is best known for Date Night, with Tina Fey, and the Night At The Museum films, with Ben Stiller. However viewers expecting a caper will find most of the high jinks take place within the sharply … Continue reading Film review: This Is Where I Leave You

On the internet

Our regular round-up of good things to read, watch or listen to about grief (with no mention of politics or celebrity deaths).

 

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What we’re reading online

Woman’s Hour podcast with guest editor Jackie Kay Among the many topics covered are grief when you feel excluded from the funeral and there’s a tiny bit about grief as a refugee. Among the contributors are famed poet and also widow, Imtiaz Dharker and psychotherapist Philippa Perry http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07fdxyk The Myth of Closure Pauline Boss interviewed by Krista Tippett on On Being Leading family therapist on … Continue reading What we’re reading online

Interesting things on the internet

Our regular round-up of what we’ve been reading online.
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If we had a tv channel

Three things to watch: speeches to give you a boost; a little dramedy and an interview with a woman who became a technology pioneer when she was a forty-five year old two time widow and mum of four.
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Things of interest on the internet

Our regular round-up of what we’ve been reading and watching online.
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Past Tense

Christopher Green is a writer and performer. Continue reading “Past Tense”