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  1. Cliff’s Carve-Up

    Date released
    9 Dec 1968
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    2062
    NoS ID
    027663
    Story no
    3 / 6

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Cliff’s Carve-Up. DESCRIPTION: Cliff Richard divides the world’s largest Christmas Pudding into twenty pound portions to be sent to homes and hostels supported by the Mental Health...

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  2. Never to Late to Tell

    Subject
    Mental Health and Counselling; Social Studies

    Sexual abuse of children is an uncomfortable theme that people naturally shy away from. This instructional/training film, produced by NHS Lanarkshire’s gender-based violence services, raises awareness of...

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  3. Mental Health and Shakespeare (2021 Audio)

    aka: Episode 45

    Series
    Bicks Pod, The

    Podcast series. Husband-and-wife Aidan and Lindsay look at what Shakespeare has to say on mental health issues by looking at Jaques from As You Like It, Hamlet and Ophelia from Hamlet, and Lady Macbeth from...

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  4. Eric Moonman on mental health campaign (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Labour MP, Eric Moonman talks about a new campaign to improve mental health services. Male interviewer not identified.

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  5. Ocean Sound This Week No.77: Programme 77 of a weekly news and sports review (1988)

    OCEAN SOUND THIS WEEK NO. 77 Programme 77 of a weekly news and sports review called Ocean Sound This Week, broadcast by independent radio station Ocean Sound on 17 April 1988. Presented by PETE WARDMAN....

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  6. What a Noble Mind: Hamlet and Mental Health (2021 Audio)

    Series
    Shakespeare Decoded

    Podcast series produced by the Dallas Shakespeare theatre company. This episode looks at the characters of Hamlet and Ophelia in Shakespeare’s Hamlet and what processes actors go through when playing...

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  7. Labour conference- Jim Callaghan speech (1977)

    Genre
    Speech

    Prime Minister James Callaghan, speaking at the Labour Party conference 1977, on money for the Mental Health Act.

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  8. Palace intruder Michael Fagan on his mental breakdown (1983)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview on ITN with Michael Fagan, shortly after release from a mental hospital, about breaking into the Queen’s bedroom at Buckingham Palace. Male interviewer not identified.

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  9. Mother of Michael Fagan concerned for welfare (1982)

    Genre
    Interview

    The mother of Michael Fagan, who has been sent to a mental institution after he broke into Buckingham Palace, explains why she is concerned for his welfare. Female interviewer not identified.

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  10. Inquiry into police murder by mental health patient (1994)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Report on mental health patient Michael Buchanan and how he was able to murder 57 year-old, on-duty policeman Frederick Graver. Includes an interview with the chairman of the inquiry, Chris Heginbotham....

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