8 episodes

Bringing into sharp focus the transient and temporary nature of human existence. Exploring the last great taboo and living fearless lives as a consequence.

A Perfect Night To Di‪e‬ Mark Aston

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Bringing into sharp focus the transient and temporary nature of human existence. Exploring the last great taboo and living fearless lives as a consequence.

    The Children's Book of Courage

    The Children's Book of Courage

    Mark reads an excerpt from the inspirational tale of a ten-year-old boy’s epic adventure to the heart of the Indian jungle where every year the grown-ups go to witness the miraculous.

    • 13 min
    Floating on clouds with Sasha Aston

    Floating on clouds with Sasha Aston

    Sasha Aston talks about her ideas on living and dying and her new film Gutterpunks

    • 6 min
    K for Kadamba

    K for Kadamba

    The story of a song, how it was written and the girl who inspired it.

    • 15 min
    Cheap Sheets and Soiled Smalls with Bryony Shearmur

    Cheap Sheets and Soiled Smalls with Bryony Shearmur

    Artist and life-long creative Bryony Shearmur talks about her struggles, illness and ultimate catharsis through stitching her story into hospital bed sheets.

    • 32 min
    Homage to Oma with Bernd Mats

    Homage to Oma with Bernd Mats

    Bernd Mats discussing the passing of his grandmother and the subsequent inspiration for the show.

    • 33 min
    Trailer.

    Trailer.

    What's coming, when and how to find us...

    • 51 sec

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Helene/1968 ,

A perfect night to die

I’m a great fan of podcasts and ‘a perfect night to die’ is my new favourite. Death is a subject that few want to talk about. Mark Aston reminds us that this is an important (probably the most important) subject to talk about. However, it’s not all about death...He also brings us some very funny and sometimes heart breaking stories about love, relationships and the stuff that really matters.

KatyaDechen ,

Thank you for this amazing story!

Never thought the subject of death will make me feel so fascinated and that it has a joyful side to it apart from more stereotypical fearful.

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