Hypothetical Situations based on Real Life. A group of Doctors, Consultant Geriatricians and Psychiatrists discuss dementia and euthanasia. A 75 year old woman is found wandering in town; is she beginning to have dementia? How does her G.P. handle it? As her condition deteriorates what should be done? Moderator: Charles Nesson of Harvard Law School Dr John Dunwoody, G.P Dr Mary Rayner, G.P. Dr John Keet, Consultant Geriatrician Dr Colin Brewer, Psychiatrist David Hobman, Director Age Concern Dr Felix Post, Psychiatrist Dr David Morrison, Director Intensive Therapy Unit Jonathan Glover, Tutor in Philosophy, Oxford Professor John Brocklehurst, Consultant Geriatrician Lord Winstanley, G.P. Rev. David Bonsor One of four television programmes each of which will stand independently. The others are Medical Ethics: Patients' Secrets, Medical Ethics: A Life worth Living? and Medical Ethics: Doctors' Orders. Although made in 1980 this is still a very useful programme not only for medical students but for anyone working in a medical or caring situation.