Friday November 27, 2020

TV review: Awarding death a new lease of life

While we don’t go so far as to keep our mummified relatives in the attic and take them out on family occasions (as some tribes even weirder than the Irish do), we have a healthy attachment to those who have died and remember them with an unreserved e

26th July, 2008

While we don’t go so far as to keep our mummified relatives in the attic and take them out on family occasions (as some tribes even weirder than the Irish do), we have a healthy attachment to those who have died and remember them with an unreserved enthusiasm that can sometimes alarm those of a more Anglo-Saxon reserve.

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