I’m really excited to announce that we’re going to be doing a new radio show starting Sept. 12. Called “Dying to Talk,” it will be a lighthearted look at topics related to death, funerals, cremation and other issues people don’t normally like to talk about. By airing this radio show, we hope to get people really talking about death-related topics.
Starting Sept. 12, “Dying to Talk” will air for 30 minutes every Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m. on 107.7, The Pulse. If you miss it, the show will be rebroadcast on Sunday from 6:30 to 7 a.m.
I’ll host the show, but we’ll have plenty of guests, too. We’ll talk about issues including cremation, veterans’ funerals and burial benefits, the role of medical examiners, the growth of non-traditional funerals, religious customs and traditions of Christians, Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and other religions, and more!
Our first show will focus on Cremation. If you have a question concerning cremation, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we may be able to read it on the air and answer it.
What else would YOU like to know about? What issues would YOU like us to include in future episodes? Just let us know in the comments, on the Phaneuf Funeral Homes and/or Cremation Society of New Hampshire Facebook pages, or give us a tweet on @PhaneufFHC and/or @CremationNH. We hope you’ll join us on Saturday mornings!