The award winning Welsh comedian will be featured on the BBC Radio 4 appeal on Sunday 12 January at 07:55 and again at 21:26.
Rhod has recorded the short programme for Alzheimer's Society to demonstrate his support. He will be talking about the impact of dementia and how our Dementia Café service can help improve the lives of people living with the condition. Rhod said:
'With 800,000 people in the UK living with dementia and that number set to rise to 1.7million by 2051, it’s an illness that will touch all of our lives in some way at some point. I know dementia can have a huge impact on people's lives so I was so pleased to help Alzheimer's Society in this way.
'The BBC Radio 4 Appeal is a fantastic opportunity to raise funds for services like their Dementia Cafes as well as raise awareness and understanding of dementia. Please tune in and listen to the Appeal. If you can make a donation to help people living with dementia, it'd be hugely appreciated.'
Please set the dial on your radio to 92.4-94.6 FM or 198 LW. Those of you with a digital radio can simply search for BBC Radio 4 to hear the Appeal.
If you are unable to tune in you will be able to stream the show from the BBC Radio 4 Appeals website as of Sunday 12 January.
Listen to Rhod talk about why he supports Alzheimer's Society (duration 1:02)