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How non-stop Christmas music could be damaging workers’ mental health #5liveDaily

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  • A campaigner for more silence in public places has told BBC 5 live that non-stop Christmas music could be damaging shop workers mental health.
  • A warning by psychologists has prompted Marks & Spencer to ban festive songs, while Asda is introducing a daily Christmas music-free hour.
  • Speaking to Adrian Chiles, Nigel Rodgers, who founded Pipedown, explained why retailers should listen to workers’ concerns.
  • This clip is originally from 5 live Daily on Monday 13 November 2017.

Non-stop Christmas music could be damaging employees’ mental health.

BBC Radio 5 live – In Short, Christmas music could be damaging workers’ mental health

A campaigner for more silence in public places has told BBC 5 live that non-stop Christmas music could be damaging shop workers mental health.

A warning by psychologists has prompted Marks & Spencer to ban festive songs, while Asda is introducing a daily Christmas music-free hour.

Speaking to Adrian Chiles, Nigel Rodgers, who founded Pipedown, explained why retailers should listen to workers’ concerns.

This clip is originally from 5 live Daily on Monday 13 November 2017.

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