The man who makes last wishes come true
Earlier this year a photo went viral on the internet. It showed a terminally ill woman on a stretcher, accompanied by nurses, in the middle of Holland's famous Rijksmuseum. The woman was there to fulfil her dying wish - to take one final look at her favourite Rembrandt painting. Her visit had been made possible by a Dutch charity called the Ambulance Wish Foundation, whose mission is to help terminally ill patients fulfil their final dreams. On the line from Rotterdam, the founder of the charity, Kees Veldboer, told Matthew Bannister that he was inspired by his own experience as an ambulance driver.