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2 hours, 30 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 17 March 2010

The death of two teenagers after taking mephedrone has led to calls for the legal drug to be banned. Tony talks to Professor David Nutt, former chief drug adviser to the government who was sacked by the Home Secretary last year.

Tony will be leading a team in a Celebrity Dragon Boat race on Thursday. He discusses tactics with team mates - Comedian Nick Hancock and Leeds and England footballer Sue Smith.

Tony discusses the aristocracy with former Apprentice star, Raef Buajou.

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