I always watch any programmes that feature dementia with some trepidation, but this one was excellently presented by Tony Robinson, and everyone in it, especially his Mum. A hugely moving programme that covered pretty much everything in such a sensitive way. I'm left with two thoughts: Firstly that each time I saw Tony's Mum I felt I was looking at my Jan, and she is only 65. The same bright eyes and expressions. Secondly, I pondered on a panel I was on at the AS Conference last year. At one point I was saying that I take pictures of Jan as she is now, and some of the audience called out "what about human dignity?" I hope they watched this programme - could anyone be more dignified than his Mum, throughout the programme? Good programme, shame nothing will improve because of it!