London Hospitals in Wartime : War Comes to London Voluntary Hospitals
How various hospitals in London prepared for war.
The Brains Trust
Did the Brains want an NHS in 1942?
State Organised Medicine
Two doctors debate the pros and cons of joining a National Health Service.
In Honour of Russia : Reginald Watson-Jones
A member of the RAF's medical staff visits war-torn Moscow.
'A new life has begun; a new person has joined us...'
Viewfinder : Health Service
A glimpse into the life of a doctor.
Roving Reporter : Waringfield Hospital
Wartime hospital sold off brick by brick.
Enquiry : Portrait of a GP
Is the health service on the brink of collapse?
Tomorrow's World : Laser Eye Surgery
Tomorrow's fuel, tomorrow's eyes, tomorrow's robots, tomorrow's fashion.
Panorama : Health Service
Doctors discuss problems in the NHS as it approaches its 20th birthday.
Tomorrow's World Special : Barnard Faces His Critics
A debate with Christiaan Barnard, the pioneering heart transplant surgeon.
Something for Nothing: A Birthday Celebration
James Burke asks how long the NHS can continue without breaking down completely.
Parents and Children : What do you know about... the National Health Service?
Mums and dads pit their wits against each other to answer NHS-based questions.
Talk-in To Day
Robin Day hosts a studio debate on the state of the NHS.
Tomorrow's World : Review of the 1970s
Looking back at some of the stories of the last decade.
Tomorrow's World : Review of 1980
A compilation of items from 1980.
Tomorrow's World : Hissing Sid
Kieran Prendiville takes on a snooker-playing robot.
Tomorrow's World : 13 May 1982
A fish that comes with its own chips.
Stuffing Their Mouths with Gold
A history of the NHS as recalled by some who were there at the beginning.
Tomorrow's World : 14 October 1982
Touch-screen computers, angioplasty, water for marathon runners and very spoilt cows.
Tomorrow's World : 3 March 1983
A cure for jet-lag, book restoration, holograms and a useful boat-trailer.
Horizon : Death of the Working Classes
Why do the working class in Britain die young?
How We Worked Then : Medicine
Doctors, patients and chemists share their memories of medical treatment before the NHS.
Radio doctor topics: Chilblains
Should the BBC admit that doctors can't help to cure chillblains?
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