Dr Halliday Sutherland

Tuberculosis pioneer. Best-selling author. Convert to Catholicism. Enemy of eugenics, and eugenicists.

Category Archives: Films

“Where are my children?”

The penultimate paragraph of Birth Control: A Statement of Christian Doctrine Against the Neo-Malthusians contained this sentence: “Where are my children?” was the question shouted yesterday from the cinemas. While … Continue reading

1 June 2018 · Leave a comment

The Context of “John M’Neil”

The last post outlined that “The Story of John M’Neil” can now be viewed at the British Film Institute website. In this post, I have set out the context of … Continue reading

25 April 2018 · Leave a comment

Britain’s 1st Public Health Cinema Film

Britain’s first public health cinema film was “The Story of John M’Neil” and it can be viewed, free of charge, on the British Film Institute’s website.

24 April 2018 · 1 Comment

Britain’s 1st health education film

According to his obituary, Halliday Sutherland produced Britain’s first health education cinema film in Edinburgh in 1911. The film was called: The Story of John M’Neil. The British Film Institute catalogue describes … Continue reading

8 August 2014 · Leave a comment

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Centenary of the Stopes v. Sutherland libel trial

February 21st, 2023
4.4 years to go.