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From the days of horrific experiments to today's more sophisticated attempts to deal with disorders, in Madness Dr Jonathan Miller looks at different aspects of mental illness, society's attempts to cure or contain it and the changing attitudes in doctors and the general public.
|S01E01||To Define True Madness||06/10/1991||To Define True Madness is the first program in the five-part BBC series examining the history of mental illness. In "To Define True Madness", Dr Jonathan Miller explores theories and treatments and why the concept of Madness remains elusive.|
|S01E02||Out of Sight||13/10/1991||Out of Sight - The rise and fall of the asylum is documented in this programme.|
|S01E03||Brainwaves||20/10/1991||In this episode, "Brainwaves", Jonathan Miller examines shock therapy, lobotomy, psycho-surgery and other physical treatments of mental illness.|
|S01E04||The Talking Cure||27/10/1991||Psychological perspectives on madness are discussed in The Talking Cure.|
|S01E05||In Two Minds||03/11/1991||In the final episode in a five-part series examining the history of mental illness, Dr Jonathan Miller asks is madness an illness in the medical sense?|