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BBC Radio 3, recently invited Professor Paul Camic Research Director at the Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology to take part in a project between the Radio 3 and Wellcome Collection.
The senior academic is part of an expert panel researchers, scientists and musicians debating how and why musical memory survives, and how active and passive musical experience can enhance the lives of those who live with dementia.
Listen to Professor Paul Camic being interviewed on BBC Radio 4's World Tonight on Thursday 12th October 10.00pm > Click here
And tune in to listen to the full interview on BBC Radio 3 this Saturday 14th October from 6.25pm-8.00pm > Click here
Professor Paul Camic is Prof of Psychology & Public Health and Research Director Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology
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