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Home Ground: The Trouble with Jodie

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Last in the series of investigative programmes from BBC regions.
The trouble with 17-year-old Jodie comes in a small metal can - she has been inhaling butane gas forthe last four years.
The gas, which is used to refill cigarette lighters and some haircare appliances, is a lethal toxic chemical that can kill, and the programme follows Jodie as she tries to shake off her addiction and discovers how her dangerous habit led to the death of her best friend.
Jodie's mother and grandmother talk about the damage the abuse has caused to the family, and reporter Peter Wilson confronts the people who sell the gas to children, including one shop that sold a 15-year-old boy two 12-packs in less than 24 hours.

First shown on BBC Midlands
Stereo
Subtitled

Contributors

Reporter: Peter Wilson
Producer: David Nelson

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Home Ground: The Trouble with Jodie

BBC Two England, 2 September 1997 19.30






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