EVERYONE’S TOMORROW – TODAY!
The Elders Council radio programme broadcast on 102.5fm
on the first Friday of every month from 2 to 4pm.
Our programme on Friday 3 February had as its theme the benefits of music for older people, both as participants and as listeners. First, talking together about participation are Ann Ridley and Ann Graham. Click here to hear what was said,
Next, Neville Harris came into the studio to read his poem Cause and effect. Then Ann Ridley read her short story Play “Misty” for me.
Annette Hames, the manager of the Byker respite centre, came into the studio to talk with Ann Ridley about the benefits of music for those living with dementia.
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