The 52-part definitive history of pop.
24: Let's Go Get Stoned
Drugs and pop are often synonymous, so here's the full story, with contributions from John Lennon and Keith Richards. Most of the programme is given over to the remarkable testimony of two ex-addicts: David Crosby
, who spent a year drying out in a Texas prison, and Eric Clapton , who kicked the twin addiction of heroin and booze.
Producer Paul Kent
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