BBC Lifeline film Tony Robinson at RICE

Published on 27/11/2012

Tony Robinson came to Bath on Tuesday 27th November to film at the RICE Centre for the BBC. RICE has been chosen by BBC Lifeline to be their Christmas Charity appeal, which will be broadcast nationwide on BBC1 on December 16th. The programme will show different aspects of the work done at RICE, including research and community support. Also featured in the appeal will be Sir Terry Pratchett talking about his experience of living with dementia. Sir Terry’s doctor is RICE Director, Professor Roy Jones. Tony, a friend of Sir Terry, has personal experience of the problems dementia can cause as both his mother and father were diagnosed with the disease.

Tony films outside the RICE Centre


                   Inside the Centre                                Professor Roy Jones and Tony Robinson

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