On the stage of the London Coliseum two men stand side by side, recording a song. One is world-renowned British baritone Roderick Williams. The other is Paul Jameson, a 61-year-old entrepreneur from Surrey. Four years ago Jameson was diagnosed with motor neurone disease, which has rendered him unable to speak more than a few words at a time, let alone sing. Yet here he is, performing an aria.
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