Terry Pratchett's lecture "Shaking Hands with Death", about assisted death, was read by his friend Tony Robinson because his particular form of Alzheimer's disease means he has trouble reading.

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Terry Pratchett's lecture "Shaking Hands with Death", about assisted death, was read by his friend Tony Robinson because his particular form of Alzheimer's disease means he has trouble reading.

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1 February 2010 (UK)  »

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Although this was Terry Pratchett's speech, the majority of it was read by Tony Robinson due to side-effects of Pratchett's Alzheimer's making reading aloud difficult. See more »

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Featured in Terry Pratchett: Back in Black (2017) See more »

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