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A series of eight programmes examining the links between mind and body in the light of modern psychiatric knowledge and practice.

How much do we differ from animals in our basic impulses? How much choice have we in the way we behave?
Introduced by the Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital.
(First transmission on August 11, 1964)
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The Director of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Guy's Hospital [name uncredited]
Norman Vertigan
John Drummond

A second series of eight programmes illustrating how modern economic ideas and techniques are applied in the management of a small but expanding firm.

Marketing tactics are being planned to combat a competitor. But the theory of games indicates a course of action not previously contemplated.
Devised and introduced by Ronald Brech.


Devised and introduced by:
Ronald Brech
Roy Russell
Geoffrey Kirkland
Produced and directed by:
Joy Harington
Gregory Fothergale:
Peter Williams
Tom Rudyard:
Michael Hawkins
James MacTaggart:
Hugh Evans
Bill Smith:
Derek Aylward
Victor Berry:
Neville Jason
Christine Milner:
Wendy Williams
Joe Stratton:
Peter Wyatt
Barry McCarthy:
Martin King

Eight programmes examining the way in which people in some European countries control, or are controlled by, their Governments.
Introduced by Derek Hart.

By temperament and historical tradition the Greek has always been a fervent individualist and lover of personal freedom; yet how successful has democracy been in modern Greece?
Among those taking part: C.H. Argyris


Derek Hart
C.H. Argyris
Film Editor:
Valerie Best
Chris Pemsel
Michael Ryan
Julian Jacottet

A sparkling comedy.
[Starring] Fredric March, Gary Cooper, Miriam Hopkins
with Edward Everett Horton
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Screenplay by:
Ben Hecht
Based on the play by:
Noel Coward
Produced and directed by:
Ernst Lubitsch
Tom Chambers:
Fredric March
George Curtis:
Gary Cooper
Miriam Hopkins
Max Plunkett:
Edward Everett Horton
Mr. Douglas:
Franklin Pangborn
Isabel Jewell
Jane Darwell
Max's butler:
Wyndham Standing

BBC Two England

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