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Film Scores – the magic of music

There is a saying in the film industry that “in a film, the dialogue and action tell us what the characters are thinking and doing, but the music can tell us what they are feeling”.
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‘Tis Autumn – a playlist

The leaves are just the right shade of brown, the sky just the right shade of blue, and the temperature perfect for a jumper (but not two!). And we have the perfect playlist to go along with that!
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Our Dementia Choir

Last Monday night our screens were blessed with the opening episode of the latest series of Vicky McClure’s ‘Our Dementia Choir’, and we thought we would write a piece to both celebrate and recommend it to those who missed it!
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Elvis Presley Quiz

Among the best new films out this summer is Baz Luhrmann’s biopic of a MFMM favourite, Elvis. In celebration, we thought we would throw together a little quiz to see how well you know the King of Rock and Roll!
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App Update: Our Playlist Maker now includes YouTube

You can now choose between Spotify or YouTube as a way to listen to your personalised playlist! This has all been made possible with the helpful feedback we receive from families who have used our Playlist Maker.
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Our Playlist Maker making a difference for Clair

One of our Playlist Maker users shares how the playlist we created for her is helping and how it inspired her to draw this fantastic drawing celebrating the playlist and the charity.
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