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The way we treat our dead tells us much about our attitude towards life...
Fred Donnelly, friends of the general cemetery, Peter Machin
 Cornucopia Radio  Contact Contributor
Oct. 9, 2011, 3:50 a.m.
The way we treat our dead tells as much about our attitude towards life as it does about our belief in an afterlife. In this programme we’ll be looking at the treatment of Sheffield’s dead at the beginning of the 19th century, especially in relation to the Cholera outbreak and the act of grave robbing. Finding out what this can tell us about the birth of this modern city.
Written and Produced by William Milner & Cornucopia Radio

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00:36:00 1 Oct. 8, 2011
Sheffield, UK
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