TV writer, comedian, and Movers & Shakers podcaster Paul Mayhew-Archer presents a BBC Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Cure Parkinson’s.

This three minute, weekly programme highlights the work of a charity and is a fantastic opportunity to raise money and awareness for our research into a cure.


Donations via the BBC are now closed, but you can still donate to help support our vital Parkinson’s research.

Paul, perhaps best known as co-writer of The Vicar of Dibley, was diagnosed with Parkinson’s 14 years ago. Since then he has toured a one-man, stand-up comedy show, made an award-winning documentary on Parkinson’s, and joined five fellow Movers & Shakers to create a hugely successful podcast about living with the condition. We are thrilled that Paul has agreed to lend his voice to our appeal.

Cure Parkinson’s is funding pioneering research that could really move the Movers & Shakers, and provide the one thing we’re keen to get above all: a cure. But they need your help. Can you help?”

Paul Mayhew-Archer

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