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Last night was the start of a two part documentary on our Channel 4 here in the UK called The House of Agoraphobics, it was uneasy viewing for me, I just really felt so much for the three people, and was in tears watching it tonight the professor takes the three people who are just about overcoming their fears to JAPAN, I think from the preview last night things go wrong.

http://www.channel4.com/health/microsites/0-9/4health/mind/wwr_panic_disorder.html



http://www.iop.kcl.ac.uk/iopweb/events/?event=434

http://www.radiotimes.com/ListingsS...Id=53586721&jspLocation=/jsp/prog_details.jsp

here threee links that tell you more.
 

foghlaim

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flip !! i'm at work tonight so won't get to see it. i'll ask on the lads to tape it for me if they are here. otherwise TTE, you gonna have to fill me in..okay! :)
 

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