Bring back BBC Radio 4's "In the Psychiatrist's Chair" - who would you want as guests?

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The contenders for the SPOTY award would make fascinating subjects. In fact some of them would probably be given the distinction of being written up in many a learned journal on neuroses and psychosis!
 

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The contenders for the SPOTY award would make fascinating subjects. In fact some of them would probably be given the distinction of being written up in many a learned journal on neuroses and psychosis!
They would also get a lift back to their quarters by those nice men in white coats.

Here is the Theme song that shouild be used with them:

 
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Dr Anthony Claire, psychologist and psychiatrist, hosted a radio show on BBC Radio 4 called In The Psychiatrist's Chair. He died in 2007. You can hear his shows on Radio 4 Extra. BBC Radio 4 Extra - In the Psychiatrist's Chair

If the show were to be brought back, who would you nominate as guests for Professor Jordan Peterson to question?
Kim Jong Un, just to find out why the fcuk he chose that haircut
 
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How did Donald J Dump slide by EIGHT posts ?
 

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Because nobody gives a sh1t what motivates the orange-haired moonhowler?

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Diane Abbott. First, to find out how someone capable of gaining entrance to Oxbridge (Fenland College of HE branch) could become an incompetent, burbling idiot without going through the full Rowley Birkin process and, second, to ensure that there was a corpus of unimpeachable evidence to demonstrate why the subsequent decision to section her was justified.

A special edition covering Viro Bono's moderating of the CA Board (entitled 'No flicker of humour allowed - the Viro Bono story') would make for informative listening.
 
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Never actually caught any of ACs show but heard of their reputation - top idea and choice of host @Electromagnetic I reckon program commissioners are missing a trick here.

Most of the prominent political figures who seriously think they have credibility - Abbott, Thornberry, Rayner. The likes of Seumas Milne, Lansman and union bosses who pull strings but I'd also like some meedja whores like Owen Jones, Laurie Penny, Russell Brand etc.
Quite a few TV interviewers could do with some scrutiny, after all, if they interview subjects for our benefit I'd prefer as much light as heat.
 
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Brian Clough but I wonder who will end up interviewing who?
 
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Never actually caught any of ACs show but heard of their reputation - top idea and choice of host @Electromagnetic I reckon program commissioners are missing a trick here.

Most of the prominent political figures who seriously think they have credibility - Abbott, Thornberry, Rayner. The likes of Seumas Milne, Lansman and union bosses who pull strings but I'd also like some meedja whores like Owen Jones, Laurie Penny, Russell Brand etc.
Quite a few TV interviewers could do with some scrutiny, after all, if they interview subjects for our benefit I'd prefer as much
light as heat.
But no one from the right of Politics. Interesting.

*Leans forward*. Now that's been pointed out to you, how does that make you feel.
 
#17
But no one from the right of Politics. Interesting.

*Leans forward*. Now that's been pointed out to you, how does that make you feel.
Well actually MrSmartyboots… it was only because I was attending to family,
I have a long, but doubtless, boring list. I'd also have Nigel Farage, Tommy Robinson, Boris, Soubry (not Katie Hopkins 'cos she's just a fruitcake) Jacob Rees Mogg, Peter Hitchens, Rod Liddle.

Thing is, some of them may prove deft orators rather capable of demonstrating joined up logic rather than soundbites and BS.

Might make another list too. You're on it - for casting nasturtiums on my assumed political stance :shakefist:
 
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Well actually MrSmartyboots… it was only because I was attending to family,
I have a long, but doubtless, boring list. I'd also have Nigel Farage, Tommy Robinson, Boris, Soubry (not Katie Hopkins 'cos she's just a fruitcake) Jacob Rees Mogg, Peter Hitchens, Rod Liddle.

Thing is, some of them may prove deft orators rather capable of demonstrating joined up logic rather than soundbites and BS.

Might make another list too. You're on it - for casting nasturtiums on my assumed political stance :shakefist:
Nasturtiums eh?

Tell me, did mummy have a lot of flowers in the house?

*Examines PP enquiringly over half moon glasses*
 

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