• The Adventures of Memento Mori: Exploring the science, mysticism and culture of mortality and death. Hosted by D.S. Moss.
  • Afterlife TV with Bob Olson: Searching for evidence of life after death.
  • The Art of Dying Well: Originally commissioned by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, this site now belongs to St Mary’s University. “This site is not only for those who have faith, whether Catholic or not. It is for everyone. After centuries of ministering to the dying, the Catholic Church has a fund of experience to share in what was traditionally called the art of dying well, or in Latin, Ars Moriendi.”
  • Be Grave: Australian death care professional Chloe Ireland shares her experiences in the funeral industry to help you start a positive conversation about death.
  • Death & All Her Friends: A comedy podcast about the most hilarious topic around: death! Hosted by Sarah Baumann and Liz Newkirk.
  • Death by Design: By sharing stories from various viewpoints, host Kim Paul hopes to inspire all to be the designer of your end of life experience.
  • Death Hangout: A very special and humanistic place (non-religious and non-political).
  • Death in the Afternoon: From the team behind Ask a Mortician, this death cast will dispel myths about death and dead bodies, dive into history and dark tales you’ve never heard before, and hopefully make you less afraid to talk about the inevitable.
  • Death, et seq.: Host Tanya Marsh is a law professor at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She discovered that basically nobody in legal academia researches and writes about funeral and cemetery law even though (spoiler alert) we’re all going to die. Turns out that the law of human remains is really misunderstood and complicated. This podcast focuses on what the rules are, how they impact us, and the way that death care is changing.
  • Death, Sex & Money: This NPR / WNYC podcast was born out a desire for open and honest conversations about the things that we “think about a lot, and need to talk about more.” Since host Anna Sale launched the show in May 2014, it has featured intimate conversations with celebrities and listeners about money, relationships, infidelity, career shifts, parenting, mental illness, divorce, gender identity, dying, and more.
  • End of Life University: Karen Wyatt, MD hosts in-depth educational interviews with experts from all aspects of the end-of-life. You’ll hear conversations with people who are passionate about changing the way our society deals with dying, death, and after-death decisions.
  • Kaddish: A monthly podcast hosted by Student Rabbi Ariana Katz that focuses on mourning ritual and customs, features first person storytelling and interviews, uses Jewish tradition to contextualize and deepens themes of the show, and holds space at the intersection of life and death.
  • Life & Death Conversation with Dr. Bob Uslander: A podcast series led by Integrated MD Care (IMDC) Medical Director and founder Dr. Bob Uslander. IMDC is a concierge geriatric and palliative care medical practice providing traditional and holistic in-home services based in San Diego. The podcast features guests who are preparing for their death, family members who have supported loved ones through illness and death, authors and experts on grief and loss, and professionals who are working in palliative care and end-of-life care.
  • Sunday Mourning: Claire Bidwell Smith is a therapist specializing in grief and the author of several popular books of nonfiction. In each episode Claire explores different topics related to grief – everything from guilt and anxiety to the afterlife – bringing on various guests, and revealing more of her personal journey and insights. Join Claire as she helps you explore grief and loss in a way that makes your heart feel whole again.
  • The Story of My Death with Caleb Wilde: Every death has a story, and the Story of My Death podcast exists to provide a place for those stories to be told. The show is hosted by funeral director and author Caleb Wilde.
  • What’s Your Grief: Providing grievers with more diverse options for grief support.