Cheryl Johnson has a heartbreaking day job. She photographs babies whose lives are cut short.
When Andy Holter sees his first dead body he’s riveted. He also knows he’s found his vocation.
Bob and Karen are coroner’s officers. They reveal the strain of investigating suicides and the cases they will never forget.
Most midwives guide us into the world. Lizzie Neville is a Death Doula guiding us out. She reveals the secrets of a good death.
Stumbling across a dead body is the stuff of nightmares. For Mo Oliver, an expert in disaster victim identification, it’s all in a day’s work.
“Specialist officers are supporting the family at this time” is a chilling phrase. Lou Pye, a former Family Liaison Officer, explains why.