"If music be the food of inclusion, play on;

That strain again! it had a dying fall;

O, it came o'er my ear like the sweet sound."

The works of Shakespeare are filled with references to music, demonstrating the unique role it plays in the lives of human beings. Music is important for our well-being and also contributes to our sense of belonging in society.

The former Radio 1 host Jameela Jamil clearly understands this, as she has just set up an initiative for disabled music fans.

Why Not People? will work with venues to stage live music performances for disabled people.

Exciting times lie ahead: we wish Jameela and her pals all the best with helping to create a truly level playing field for every devotee of live music.