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Enormously influential psychiatrist and broadcaster Dr Anthony Clare, presenter of the revealing interview series In the Psychiatrist's Chair, died on this day in 2007. These are his seven secrets of happiness

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@BBCSounds  Ken Russell's consultation with Dr Anthony Clare, on In the Psychiatrist's Chair, is as extraordinary as you'd expect. An essential insight into the director-provocateur's life and art. | @BBCSounds 

There can be no more extraordinary 20th Century life than that of Maya Angelou. Dr Anthony Clare interviewed her for In the Psychiatrist's Chair at her home in Winston-Salem, North Carolina | @BBCSounds 

@BBCSounds  Dr Anthony Clare's remarkable interview with author of My Beautiful Laundrette and The Buddha of Suburbia Hanif Kureishi for In the Psychiatrist's Chair | @BBCSounds 

On In the Psychiatrist's dr anthony clare'>Chair Dr Anthony Clare spoke with celebrities and public figures - from Glenda Jackson to Spike Milligan, from Steven Berkoff to Ruth Rendell - about mental health, happiness, depression and surviving trauma | @BBCSounds 

Stephen Fry met Dr Anthony Clare for In the Psychiatrist's Chair in 1997. They talked about love, self-loathing and contemplating suicide. It's an amazing listen. | @BBCSounds 

Spike Milligan's appearance on Dr Anthony Clare's In The Psychiatrist's Chair is enormously revealing and very moving. Clare and Milligan went on to become friends and wrote a book about depression together. An essential listen | @BBCSounds 

@BBCSounds  An extraordinary, quite challenging encounter between Dr Anthony Clare and a key figure in the anti-psychiatry movement RD Laing. | @BBCSounds 

One of the best interviews I've ever heard - Geoffrey Boycott bristles for half an hour while he's questioned about rudeness, his mum, using a medium and sacrificing family life for cricket, by Dr Anthony Clare for 'In The Psychiatrist's Chair' in 1987:

#OTD 1983: Motives, a new interview series helmed by psychiatrist Dr Anthony Clare, began. The first guest was George Best via