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|}<center>Filmed in full collaboration with Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, the documentary features interviews with current and former patients at [[Rampton Secure Hospital|Rampton Hospital]], as well as members of staff and a carer. The programme aimed to go some way towards demystifying the work of the Hospital – as well as portraying an honest and unbiased account about the need for high secure care.</center></div>
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|}<center>This 1968 black and white documentary about the [[Plymouth State Training School|Plymouth State Home and Training School]] in Northville, Michigan. Produced by Dan Weisburd, the U.S. Rehabilitation Services Administration, narrated by Lorne Greene, and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. It was uploaded to Youtube by Northville Tunnels.</center></div>
 
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Revision as of 04:31, 8 November 2020

Featured Video

This 1968 black and white documentary about the Plymouth State Home and Training School in Northville, Michigan. Produced by Dan Weisburd, the U.S. Rehabilitation Services Administration, narrated by Lorne Greene, and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short. It was uploaded to Youtube by Northville Tunnels.