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James Morris
The Alcohol 'Problem' Podcast
The Alcohol Problem Podcast aims to explore the nature of problem drinking with Dr James Morris and a range of guests
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4.5 stars from 17 ratings
Given the strength of our society’s relationship with alcohol it’s well worth pausing to think about the trade offs. This discussion was informative and accessible. The host is engaging and clearly an expert in the field.
Stephen xyz via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/26/21
Excellent and essential listening for people working in the field and those pursuing ways to think about their drinking. Give it a listen. Non judgemental and open discussions about our relationship to alcohol
Vinesy68 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/15/21
Extremely thought-provoking podcasts from Dr James Morris. A lot of really good in-depth discussions on this complex subject. It’s brilliant to get so many different perspectives from some really interesting people. If you know someone who has a ‘problem’ with alcohol, if you think you might have...Read full review »
TheHarby via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 12/22/20
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