When I die: Lessons from the death zone

In November 2011 Philip Gould, Labour peer and strategist, died from oesophageal cancer.   In the final two weeks of his life Philip completed a book and his quest to find purpose and meaning in what he called the “death zone” was also documented by Adrian Steirn in a short film, “When I Die”. This is the film; the book “When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone” is published today and all proceeds from the book will go to the National Oesophago-Gastric Cancer Fund.

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One Response to “When I die: Lessons from the death zone”

  1. nfr says:

    david taylor thanx for fixing Gillards last election.

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