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Posted on 23 Feb

Julianne Moore lands Oscar for portrayal of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease in Still Alice

US actor Julianne Moore has lived up to expectations by winning the Academy Award for Best Actress in the drama Still Alice. Her portrayal of Dr Alice Howland, a 50-year-old academic who is diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s, has garnered a clutch of prizes during the film awards season, culminating with the coveted Oscar. The performance […]

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Posted on 21 Jan

Emma Healey on Elizabeth is Missing: ‘It changed my ambition, career, address and sense of self’

Talented author Emma Healey has spoken of the whirlwind six months which saw her catapulted into the literary limelight thanks to her gripping debut novel, Elizabeth is Missing.

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Posted on 14 Nov

Brookside actress made Champion of Alzheimer’s Research UK

Former Brookside actress Paula Frances Muldoon has been made a Champion of Alzheimer’s Research UK in recognition of her exceptional support of the charity.

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Posted on 05 Nov

Arlene Phillips to front BBC Lifeline Appeal for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Former Strictly Come Dancing judge and choreographer Arlene Phillips will make an appeal on behalf of Alzheimer’s Research UK on BBC 1 on Sunday 16 November, at 4pm.

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Posted on 04 Aug
Posted on 21 Jul

Commonwealth hopeful Goldie to draw national raffle for Alzheimer’s Research UK

Javelin superstar and Commonwealth Games medal hopeful Goldie Sayers will draw Alzheimer’s Research UK’s Annual Raffle in host city Glasgow on Friday 1 August.

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Posted on 13 Jun

West End star Linzi Hateley joins national choir to rock Cambridge Corn Exchange

National choir joined by West End star Linzi Hateley to rock Cambridge Corn Exchange

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