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Secrets from the Asylum

Story Documentary hosted by Robert Lindsay, published by ITV in 2014 - English narration


Secrets From the Asylum
Reading that one of your Victorian ancestors was classified as a lunatic who should be confined in an asylum is clearly very distressing, but at the balk of the last century it was a low-grade diagnosis. People with recent-lap syphilis, feeble-minded dementia or postnatal the dumps were often locked away, and although the Victorians believed in «moral treatment» for them — a disciplined accent-relieved of procedure — there was still a taint married to being in an asylum so the kindred members heraldry sinister outside often struggled to suggestible.

Ray Winstone, Claire Sweeney and Al Murray run the spectrum of emotions when they ferret out how their relatives fared when they were categorised as lunatics.

1) Best Intensions
The first of two programmes in which celebrities initiate on an affective way to ferret out how their ancestors coped in Victorian asylums. Hollywood hardman Ray Winstone visits Colney Incubate Asylum in north London, where his titanic-great-grandmother's first hoard was committed in 1875. Funster Al Murray follows in the footsteps of one of his forebears, Self-Importance Light creator William Makepeace Thackeray, to ferret out the measures he took to lay his suicidal missus from the horrors of institutionalisation. Plus, actress and chanteuse Claire Sweeney finds out how feeble-minded dementia and old-age outlook salubrity was treated in the 19th century.

2) Course to D
Piece two of two. Funster Al Murray finds out how Victorian ideas of inherited dementia praecox meant one of his ancestors was institutionalised from a childlike age. Birds of a Feather lady Lesley Joseph goes on a profoundly bosom way to uncover a hurtful kindred encoded about an aunt whose very life was kept encoded for years, while entertainer Christopher Biggins discovers the reality behind his titanic-grandfather«s convenience life in an asylum. The Royle Family»s Sue Johnston looks again on her job as a avoid in good order in the 1960s while she was a theatrical piece student.

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Intricate Specs

* Video Codec: x264 CABAC High@L4.1
* Video Bitrate: 3185 Kbps
* Video Orientation Correspondence: 1.778 (16:9)
* Video Detailing: 1280 x 720
* Audio Codec: AAC LC
* Audio English
* Audio Bitrate: 160 Kbps VBR 48KHz
* Audio Channels: Stereo 2
* Run-Convenience Life: 46mins
* Framerate: 25FPS
* Many of Parts: 2
* Container Mp4
* Piece Dimension: 1.02 GB
* Originator: HDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


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