As part of Radio 2's two-day Life2Live campaign - which addresses listener's concerns regarding death and dying - Wright looks ahead to Esther Rantzen's documentary How to Have a Good Death, which airs tonight on BBC2 at 9pm (Scotland Friday 9pm).
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