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‘Reader, I married him’ is among the world’s most famous literary quotes. Why? Marriage is one of the most life-changing of events, rivalled only by births and deaths – our entry and exit from this world.

Comedian George McEncroe gets serious about these milestones – and how they can transform us – with the help of guests who’ll share their personal and professional experiences. George will apply her signature wit as she dives deep into the conversational waters, navigating the big issues from all angles.

Joining us for Death will be Larin Sullivan, Fabian Dattner and Molly Carlile.


Molly Carlile

Molly Carlile AM has worked in the palliative care sector as a specialist clinician, leader and senior manager for over thirty years. She has received multiple national and international awards, is a published author, international speaker and advocate for improving community death literacy in order... Read more

Fabian Dattner

Fabian comes from a well known Australian family, and is the founding partner of Dattner Grant, one of Australia’s best known specialist leadership consultancies. Fabian’s insights into leadership and her fearlessness in challenging leaders to consider more inclusive, and indeed more profitable,... Read more

Larin Sullivan

Larin Sullivan is a film writer and director. Her 2013 documentary, Soul, explores death and metaphysics through sustainable burial garment design with artist and celebrant Pia Interlandi. Soul aired on the ABC in March as part of the award-winning Anatomy Arts series produced by Matchbox Pictures, ... Read more

George McEncroe

George McEncroe is the CEO and founder of Shebah, Australia’s ridesharing service for women. While trying to safely get her four kids where they needed to go and support her family as a single mum, she came up with an idea for a business: ridesharing that allowed an all-women fleet of driver... Read more


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