The Joy of Sex Education
A further selection of films from the DVD the Joy of Sex Education.
The mystery of marriage (32mins) 1932
Euphemistic devices are deployed to explain the mysteries of marriage and sexual activity.
The people at no.19 (17mins) 1949.
A post war educational film about STDs aimed at the home front and in particular, towards women.
Ave you got a male ...
The Joy of Sex Education A selection of films from the DVD the Joy of Sex Education
‘Whatsoever A Man Soweth’ (38mins) (1917)
One of the very first health education films to be issued in the context of the First World War and the need to prevent as far as possible the well recognised danger of severe STDs in fighting forces.
How to ...
AIDS Britain 1987
A selection of information films about AIDS from the 1980s
AIDS Britain (1987) (23 mins).
A film about the various government funded programmes being set up in the UK to combat the spread of HIV and AIDS in 1987. The initiatives include counselling, specialist hospital wards, a public education strategy, charity work and a clean needle programme ...
Alice: A Fight for Life (1982) Tuesday 20 May 2014, 17.30–19.15, John Snow A, Keppel Street (TV, colour, 90 mins).
The Centre for History in Public Health is delighted to announce a rare public screening of an influential television documentary that helped ignite the public and political debate about the use of asbestos in Britain.
Entitled ‘Alice: A Fight for Life’, the Yorkshire ...
Communicating Health, Communicating Disease Tuesday 25 March 2014, 5:30-7:30pm. Manson Lecture Theatre, LSHTM Keppel Street, London
This film screening and discussion explores the changing ways in which ideas about infectious disease have been communicated to us over the past 50 years. Beginning with a film about infection and hygiene in hospitals in 1963 and ending with a film about swine ...
DDT Versus Malaria Documentary on the impact of malaria on the Kipsigis people of Kenya, and the 1940s campaign to eradicate the disease using DDT.
Tuesday, 4th March 2014. 12.45 pm – 2.00 pm. Venue: Manson Lecture Theatre, Keppel Street Building