Premature babies and their parents have been relaxing on a Gloucestershire neonatal ward to the sound of a harp.
A musician has been playing to them at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital as part of a project to bring music to hospital wards.
The musician composes a song individually for each baby using letters in their names and it's been getting a good response from staff, babies and mums.
More top news
The Royal Bath and West is celebrating 50 years at the showground near Shepton Mallet. Here's a taster, including Downton's Julian Fellowes
Bristol were 6 points ahead on aggregate until a last minute converted try sent Worcester back to the top flight at the first attempt.
Britain's oldest groundsman is offering his life savings to save a local football club which will fold on Sunday unless a solution is found