Inside Out, January 2010
Charlotte Leeming explores the tragic past of the former Yorkshire psychiatric hospital.
For more than 100 years, High Royds Hospital treated mentally ill people from across Yorkshire.
But back in the 1960s and 70s some patients were subjected to controversial experimental treatments and even invasive surgery.
Derek Hutchinson was admitted to High Royds in 1973, and underwent 10 courses of ECT treatment during his first five weeks.
He talks about his experiences in this interview.
Presenter Jamie Coulson
Producer Nicola Addyman
Mon 18 Jan 201019:30BBC One (Yorks & Lincs, Yorkshire only)
See the programme here, Inside Out
With the exception of the fomer inmates, the images in this collection were taken on the day of filming.