Death in the Afternoon
Our new project is Death in the Afternoon; a podcast about all things mortal from The Order of the Good Death.
Death in the Afternoon is a podcast written, researched, and developed by Caitlin Doughty, Sarah Chavez, and Louise Hung of The Order of the Good Death.
Episode one of the eight episode seasons launches mid-October 2018!
We are currently running a crowdfunding campaign to create the podcast and we need your help!
Please visit our page on ifundwomen to learn more about the show, and how you can help support it!
Follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @DeathAfternoon.
You know how every day someone asks “how are you?” And even if you’re totally dying inside, you just say “fine,” so everyone can go about their day? This show is the opposite of that. A funny/sad/uncomfortable podcast about talking honestly about our pain, our awkwardness, and our humanness, which is not an actual word.
A podcast that focuses on mourning rituals and customs, and holds space at the intersection of life and death. You can expect topics like reproductive loss, illness, suicide, queer and trans burial, tattoos and conversion status, and state violence.
The podcast that talks with game devs on how they’re using death in their games.
A podcast about chronic illness, disability, healthcare and mortality.
A podcast about the relationship between the living and the dead, hosted by Order member Tanya Marsh.
The Longest Shortest Time
Always Already Podcast
The Rise of City Charm
This American Life
The Best of Caitlin Doughty
Fresh Air with Terri Gross – A Mortician Talks Openly About Death, And Wants You To, Too
Adam Ruins Everything – Death Acceptance with Caitlin Doughty
ReWild Yourself – Ask a Mortician – Caitlin Doughty
Guardian Books Podcast – Life and death questions with Caitlin Doughty and Anuradha Roy
Order Members, Death Salon and Undertaking LA
NPR Next Generation Radio – Urban Death Project
Jae Rhim Lee
TED Radio Hour – Is There a Better Way to be Buried?
Longest Shortest Time Podcast – Kids Ask About Death
Jeff Jorgenson (With Bess Lovejoy)
The Really Big Questions – Death in Seattle
Dr. Judy Melinek
Sword and Scale – Episode 53