Gillian Reynolds

A burnt-out case: the many lives of Dr Anthony Clare

Apart from his radio work, the psychiatrist was running hospitals, chairing conferences and campaigning to the point of exhaustion, his biographers reveal

Anthony Clare c. 1985. Credit: Getty Images

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