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Drugs Live: Cannabis, is the latest in a controversial Channel 4 series that has so far seen a number of people, including a priest and author Lionel Shriver, take pure MDMA.
The Channel 4 programme, called Drugs Live, will show participants taking drugs such as ecstasy under clinical Channel 4 courts controversy in broadcast of Class A drug use The Independent IM
CHANNEL 4 yesterday announced controversial plans to show hard drugs being taken live on television. The fourpart series, Drugs Live, will track the effects of the substances on the user.
Mar 03, 2015 Chris Van Tulleken takes a dose of cannabis for the live trial. Find out more and watch here:
Jasmine Kluge reviews Channel 4s Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trials and in light of the findings, discusses the potential medical benefits. In a groundbreaking experiment funded and filmed by Channel 4, scientists examined the effects of MDMA, the active substance in the Class A drug, Ecstasy on 25 participants including an exsoldier, a psychiatric nurse and a priest.
People will take Class A drugs live on television in a new programme to be broadcast by Channel 4, it was announced. Drugs Live, a fourpart science series, will look at the effect of illegal
Drugs Live will see Channel 4 showing drug users taking Class A substances like LSD and ecstasy live on television in the name of a scientific experiment.
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