“I thought it was my turn to be alcohol dependant”
How can you have a good night out when you’re sober? Radio 1’s Dean McCulloch is here to tell you.
Scott and Dean share the highs and lows of their sobriety journeys, and reflect on how quitting drinking has helped them learn more about themselves. Dean opens up to Scott about why he chose to give up alcohol. He also talks about the pressures that can come from people around you, especially when your friends are used to you being the life and soul of the party.
Plus you’ll also discover how Dean got his dream job at Radio 1, when his original plan was to play James Bond.
Season 3 of Learning As I Go is supported by British Triathlon. Throughout this series, you’ll hear updates from Scott as he trains for his first triathlon in July. You can join Scott at the Sunderland triathlon by clicking here and using the code LEARNING25 at checkout for 25 pounds off.
CW: This episode contains references to suicide
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