New. Dan Cruickshank explores the relationship between art and death through the ages and finds out how the funerary customs have evolved. He also meets people who have used artistic expressions to help them manage the loss of their loved ones and prepare for their own demise. See panel. The Inside Story: page 86
New. Journalist Mark Lawson interviews Richard Wilson about his life and work, as the actor reflects on the success and drawbacks of his most popular role as Victor Meldrew in BBC sitcom One Foot in the Grave. See panel.
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