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BBC TV and Radio this week: healing, singing and mental health

Dan Slipper Dan Slipper | 11:38 UK time, Wednesday, 21 September 2011

During Four Thought on Radio 4 this week Professor Charles ffrench-Constant, an expert on multiple sclerosis, explored a new generation of drugs which could help the body heal itself.

Other highlights:

Listen - Radio 4 - In Touch
Peter White talked to David Rathband, the police officer blinded by gunman Raoul Moat, about his injuries and to the BBC's Daniel Danker about accessibility problems while using iPlayer.

Watch - Cbeebies - Something Special
Entertaining regular educational series for four to seven year old children with learning difficulties.

Listen - Radio 4 Extra - Route 66
Travelling the route of number 66 buses across Britain, Paddy Maguire went ten pin bowling with two blind passengers.

Listen - World Service - Health Check
The programme examined why singing might make you feel better after the first results of long-term study into singing and mental health were revealed.

Catch up with disability radio and TV programmes on the BBC every Wednesday on this blog.

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