by ALEX RENTON
Day one of the Drug Alert campaign sees the first specially commissioned drama on Radio 1.
'This is more excitement than you'll ever see.' 'You don't want to touch him, he's that disgusting. Boils and stuff all over.'
Which is true? Mike is doing smack so he should know but, as he says, 'all junkies are liars'.
Directed by PENNY GOLD
Remember, if you 're worried about drugs, call the Drug Alert helpline free on [number removed] - lines are open till 11. 1.00pm
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