Doctors with bags full of morphine, Absolute Power in PR and the life and times of Tatler

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Doctors with bags full of morphine, Absolute Power in PR and the life and times of Tatler
24th November 2014

Toby talks through his top tips for the telly this week.

We hear about "Confessions of a Doctor", which explores the way doctors behaved in the 60s and 70s - everything from "trial by sherry" to bags full of morphine. The documentary talks through the eye-opening practice of GPs and other doctors and concludes with the trial of Dr Harold Shipman. 

We also hear of the excruciatingly close to the bone "Absolute Power", which remains just a little too close to politics and PR in the modern world. 

Finally, Toby gives his take on "Posh People", which follows the story of Tatler and the journalists who keep the 305-year-old magazine running. 

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