For many of us music is therapeutic - in lifting our moods, helping to express our emotions and as a form of relaxation. For people living with dementia it can be a particularly powerful tool. Research shows that music is neurologically special, and can often touch parts of the brain and trigger memories and emotions that may have appeared lost. BBC Radio 3 has announced it is to feature a special one-off programme on Sunday 15 October, blending music with the voices of people living with dementia. The programme promises to be a moving demonstration with an important message: music can be a powerful tool for people with dementia. If you do tune in, we would love to know your thoughts on the programme.