S15, BONUS EPISODE How To Fail: Rob Delaney on the death of his beloved son, Henry
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Today, in a very special bonus episode, I bring you an interview it was an honour to record. Rob Delaney is a comedian, actor and writer, known to many of us as the star and co-creator of the hit Channel 4 sitcom, Catastrophe. But behind the public smile, he has dealt with unfathomable private tragedy. In 2018, Rob and his wife's beloved son Henry died at the age of two-and-a-half of a brain cancer. Delaney’s memoir of this time, A Heart That Works, is published today. It is an astonishing, honest account of the darkest possible human experience: the story of what happens when your child dies, and of everything you discover about life in the process. This is not an easy listen, but it is also an episode full of hope, insight and - yes - even humour. Listen to understand a little more of what it is to be human. Listen to make Henry's acquaintance. Listen to hear a first-hand account of love at the extremity of experience. Rob: thank you so much for trusting me. Henry: this one's for you. -- Rob Delaney's A Heart That Works is out today and available to buy here: https://linktr.ee/aheartthatworks -- How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is hosted and produced by Elizabeth Day. To contact us, email [email protected] -- Social Media: Elizabeth Day @elizabday How To Fail @howtofailpod  Rob Delaney @robdelaney
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