Untold Stories - Series 4 - Episode 4

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22 May 2013, 04:08

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Alice Bhandhukravi hosts this episode of Untold Stories – a collection of films celebrating the extraordinary work of some of the smaller charities making a difference in the UK.

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LIVE MUSIC NOW
LMN believes that involvement in high quality live music brings life-changing benefits and is dedicated to increasing access to such experiences for those who would otherwise be excluded through disability, disadvantage, ill-health, poverty, social isolation or imprisonment.
Filmmaker: Tara Jang
More Details: http://www.livemusicnow.org.uk

BRIGHT HORIZONS FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN
The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children focuses on brightening the lives of children, youth, and families in crisis. The Bright Spaces programme partners early care/education initiatives with local community to create and support warm, enriching places for children and families.
Filmmaker: Daniel Kenneally
More Details: http://www.brighthorizonsfoundation.org

RUDDI’S RETREAT
Ruddi’s Retreat is an organisation that aims to help families with young children who are suffering from the after effects of cancer treatment, life limiting illnesses or bereavement by providing enjoyable family holidays together with minimal financial cost and maximum fun!
Filmmaker: Peter Gordon
More Details: http://www.ruddisretreat.org

CLAN CANCER SUPPORT
CLAN Cancer Support is an independent charitable organisation for anyone of any age, affected by any type of cancer at any time from diagnosis onwards. Whether affected personally, as a carer, family member or close friend, the services are available to anyone free of charge.
Filmmakers: Helen Straine — Fiona Clark
More Details: http://www.clanhouse.org

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