Throughout the week as part of Radio 2's Living with Dementia campaign, Jeremy Vine focuses on various issues regarding the cognitive disorder, including prevention, care and myths, with input from those with the illness. Call [number removed] (free from most landlines) for information and support or visit the website at [web address removed].
6/6. The series's final part starts in the late 1940s, when big bands were no longer the rage. But the swing-era's kingpin adapts to the changing times, embracing bebop and new playing techniques. While Goodman never recaptures the excitement of his golden days, he continues playing until his death in 1986.
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