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Filming in Queen Square Library and Archive

Queen Square Library & Archive has has featured in a number of videos since its refurbishment in 2010, including the following. If you are interested in filming in Queen Square Library, please email: neurolibrary@ucl.ac.uk with further details.

  • Our own library video - featuring interviews with students and staff of Queen Square. Filmed November 2015. Launched January 2016.
  • BBC Horizon: My Amazing twin. Filmed November 2015. Broadcast in August 2016 (The Queen Square section starts around 10.30 mins)
    BBC online store
    Box of Broadcasts (UCL password required for access)
  • Interview with National Hospital consultant Jeremy Chataway explaining how existing drugs are being tested as possible treatments for multiple sclerosis  (from 50secs). Filmed April 2016. Released July 2016.
  • Brain Research UK - highlighting their 2017 rebrand - featuring their supporters who have all been affected by a neurological condition and the scientists carrying out neurological research. Filmed February 2017. Launched April 2017.
  • Mentored by a Madman: The William Burroughs Experiment: A conversation with A.J.Lees and Mike Zandi. The Queen Square Library & Archive section (7mins-12mins) includes footage of original case notes, which are held in Queen Square Archives. Filmed February 2017. Released April 2017.
  • Interview with National Hospital consultant Jeremy Chataway explaining his new trial into the use of simvastatin as a possible treatment for multiple sclerosis.  Filmed December 2016. Released May 2017.
  • Interview with National Hospital consultant Jeremy Chataway explaining results of the MS-SMART trial.  Filmed and released October 2018.
  • WWI’s Secret Shame: Shell Shocked : 12th November 2018, 9-10pm, BBC2. In this programme, which features footage and materials from Queen Square Archives, Dan Snow discovers how the shell shock of WW1 has evolved into the cases of PTSD that modern soldiers suffer with today. Delving into previously unseen archives he reveals the difficult history of how Britain has reacted to the psychological consequences of warfare. Dan interviewed Stefanie Linden, author of They Called it Shell Shock which draws heavily on our Archives, as part of the programme. BBC iplayer (from 7mins); Box of Broadcasts (UCL password required for access)