BBC Radio Show With Great Dementia Insights

A Fascinating BBC Radio Show With

Great Dementia Insights


Below is a 60-minute BBC radio documentary designed to be more enjoyable for people with dementia.

They want to encourage the use of dementia-friendly techniques in the broadcasting industry, so they need to

do a statistical analysis, which requires feedback using a short structured questionnaire.


You Won’t Want To Miss This One!

Listen, Learn and Give Back!


Take the Survey

I listened to the whole show and I have to admit,

I learned a lot and it lofted my mood to boot!  

Lori La Bey, Founder of Alzheimer’s Speaks


Listen to the radio show below


Time Type Topic
00:00 Spoken Preview of topics and introduction
01:30 Spoken Ear worms and memory jingles
08:22 Music Humorous
13:04 Spoken Repeated introduction
13:28 Spoken Radio and Dementia: Cocktail Party Effect
17:38 Spoken Repeated introduction and re-cap
18:18 Spoken Music and Reminiscence (including some brief music clips)
27:42 Music Bridge over Troubled Water
32:12 Spoken Musical Memory
36:00 Music My First, My Last, My Everything
38:25 Spoken Time Checks; Music and Action (including music clips)
47:15 Music Toms Diner
49:40 Spoken Repeated introduction and summary
50:15 Spoken Programmes targeted at people with dementia
55:28 Music Toms Diner opening to fade out
55:44 End

Take a short multiple-choice questionnaire below


Please pass this along to others. 

The more responses the better!


Thanks in advance for helping out!

Thank you Dr. Alexis Kirke, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Plymouth. 

I found the show fun and fascinating Plus I learned a lot!


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 “Feedback from the conference planning committee and our leadership team was extremely positive. Many attendees commented that she was one of the best speakers they had heard.” 

Pat Sylvia, Director of Education & Member Development LeadingAge Washington

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