Documentary about three young people who self-harm, an action which appears to have been attempted at one time or another by ten per cent of young people in Britain today. For 15-year-old Beth it is a means to relieve the pain of arthritis and bullying. While for Tor, 24, it was in response to the pressures of her private school education. Gary, now 20, began when he went to live in a children's home.
4/13; series two. Rhys becomes part of the team as they investigate an alien meat supply. And, as he becomes more exposed to danger, Gwen faces increased pressure. Will Jack ask too much of him? See page 100.
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