If you missed the critically-acclaimed documentary when it was out in cinemas earlier this year, now’s your chance to see it on the telly. The film looks at the life and work of ground-breaking psychiatrist Ivor Browne, who has been a central figure in Irish mental health for many decades. Now in his late 80s, Browne proves himself to still be full of energy, good humour and compassion, as well as a deeply informed and innovative thinker. There are also contributions from Tommy Tiernan, Tom Murphy, Mary Coughlan, Professor Brendan Kelly, Sebastian Barry and Nell McCafferty.