I heard it read aloud on Woman’s Hour, and taped it so I could play it again. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. In recent years, he has been a vocal advocate of assisted dying being legalised and regulated in the UK, in the same way it is in the Netherlands,  Belgium, Switzerland and certain U.S. states. I was flying to the U.S. the next day to work for two weeks and I remember telling Dad that I’d cancel it, but he told me there was no point. Bees and Their Keepers by Lotte Moller, review: a buzzy account of nature’s most orderly insect, Hitler and Stalin by Laurence Rees review: a tale of two tyrants, How a family tragedy inspired the best poem of 2020, I Wanna be Yours by John Cooper Clarke review: poetry, drugs and rock'n'roll, The Murder of Professor Schlick by David Edmonds review: reinventing philosophy in 'degenerate' Vienna, Purple Ronnie illustrator Giles Andreae: ‘My stick man doodle made me a seven-figure sum per year’, The savage columnist who tore the mask off the super-rich American elite, The End of the Day by Bill Clegg, review: a quietly devastating mystery novel, Jodi Picoult: 'Do we make choices in our lives, or do our choices make us? ‘Of course, there needs to be some legal framework or regulations that can judge them to be of sound mind when they make this choice, and ensure that they’re not being coerced. ‘Anyone who has to deal with an illness in the family feels an occasional sense of anger of helplessness,’ she says. Sir Terry used to tell his daughter when she was young that ‘We Pratchetts are a feisty bunch’, and it was with his typical gusto and candid  honesty that he now began to speak out publicly about Alzheimer’s — becoming a symbol of hope for millions of others fighting dementia. I asked Rhianna about her views on assisted death. Sir Terry’s rare early-onset form of Alzheimer’s, posterior cortical atrophy, meant that he couldn’t type or drive or dress himself without help; he wrote with speech-recognition software.

Dad was very into electronics, robotics and computers, so I was interested in what he was doing. Be careful what you wish for, Boris Johnson, Mother-of-three, 44, 'died like a warrior' fighting Nice terrorist and raising the alarm about attack after Islamist fanatic beheaded felllow church-goer and fatally stabbed her, Former Malaysian PM who said 'Muslims have the right to kill millions of French people' accuses Facebook and Twitter of bias after they delete his message, Tunisian terrorist, 21, had turned to Muslim prayer from drink and drugs before murdering three people in Nice, his family claim  - as France is warned to prepare for more 'terrible attacks', Anti-Macron fury reaches London: Police clash with Muslim crowds demanding 'respect for the Prophet' outside French Embassy over President's stance on Charlie Hebdo cartoons. Credits include: Heavenly Sword, Mirror’s Edge, Overlord & Tomb Raider. Last week Rhianna tweeted a picture of herself with her father, saying "Miss you already". I think the Dutch certainly get British comedy. She’d invent wonderful  mystical lands to distract me from  having my hair washed. Not writing novels, she says with a smile — ‘Pratchett senior’s got that one sewn up’ — but in a production company. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, PrettyLittleThing - Offers on women's clothing, Get inspired by the newest styles and offers, Click through for ASOS promo codes this Autumn, Spend less with Missguided's exclusive codes, Treat yourself to offers on make-up and accessories, Check out the latest Wayfair sale to save on furniture, National lockdown next week: Boris bows to scientists and is set to order new restrictions 'closing everything except essential shops and schools from Wednesday until December 1', The data 'forcing Boris into lockdown': SAGE releases papers showing scientists sounded alarm two weeks ago and UK is headed for 'worse than worst case scenario' including 85,000 deaths - as 52,000 catch virus every day, Prosecutor who lost brother to COVID compiles dossier of evidence 'showing Dominic Cummings should face prosecution for breaking lockdown laws and perverting the course of justice', Now singing the national anthem is banned: Royal Family and veterans can't sing God Save the Queen on Armistice Day because Covid-19 rules ban 'communal singing' at services, Last post for common sense: ROBERT HARDMAN says a ban on singing the national anthem at remembrance events is the latest example of how Covid threatens our sanity, Kate Garraway's husband Derek Draper SPEAKS for the first time in 7-month COVID-19 battle to say the word 'PAIN', Brits plot their escape to the countryside: Fears mass exodus from Paris will be repeated in London as Boris prepares to announce second lockdown, A contagion of hatred and hysteria: Oxford epidemiologist PROFESSOR SUNETRA GUPTA tells how she has been intimidated and shamed for backing shielding instead of lockdown, Three facts No 10's experts got wrong: DR MIKE YEADON says claims that the majority of the population is susceptible to Covid, that only 7% are infected so far and virus death rate is 1% are all false, It's now TOO LATE for a circuit breaker... two weeks after Starmer called for one - but SAGE had already told Boris multiple short lockdowns would be needed, Three quarters of Brits are more worried about impact of lockdown restrictions than catching coronavirus, poll finds, 'Book your haircut NOW!' Naw, Rihanna isn't married. The thing with videogame characters is that they tend to be really undercooked, and people don't take the time to really flesh them out. Terry Pratchett was the UK’s best-selling author of the Nineties.