A general view of the scene outside Silverdale House, Hampstead Road, London when
A general view of the scene outside Silverdale House, Hampstead Road, London when large crowds assembled to hamper the progress of police who had arrived to give bailiffs support in their attempt to evict Mr. Arthur Rowe, a 59 year old waiter who has been barricaded in his flat for the past month as a protest against a recent St. Pancras Council rent increase. - 22nd September 1960.
Brain structures, coloured CT/MRI scan
Brain. Coloured composite 3-D magneticresonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography(CT) scan of a human brain, seen from the front.The ventricles (pink) circulate the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which cushionsthe brain. Two lateral ventricles lie either sideof the mid-line of the brain, one in each cerebralhemisphere. They communicate with the fourthventricle (bottom centre). Beneath the lateralventricles lie the sensory- processing thalami (orange) and the hypothalamus (green, centre), which controls emotion and body temperature, andreleases chemicals that regulate hormone releasefrom the pituitary gland (green, above fourthventricle, which is pink).
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A woman in a bikini embraces a man dressed in a captain's hat
A woman with short, red hair and dressed in a white, lacy bikini gazes adoringly up at a man wearing a captain's peaked cap and a red, shiny wet weather jacket, which is open to expose his chest and torso. In the background is white sailcloth. This image was shot while filming 'Will the Great Barrier Reef cure Claude Clough?' 1967: This bizarre little film takes the form of a psychiatric session, using the metaphor as a way to explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. When people on the street seem to be walking backwards or upside down, Claude Clough (Charles Little) seeks therapy. His psychoanalyst (June Thody) advises him to take a holiday and get back to basics. From the psychoanalyst's couch, Claude's journey begins, with the psychoanalyst playing the roles of flight attendant, beautiful local girl and mermaid. The result is a tourist film with a difference - including stunning footage of the Great Barrier Reef. A lighthearted parody of psychoanalysis with a decidedly 60s feel.
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