Correction: 28 September, 2012:
The School of Health and Related Research at the University of Sheffield has confirmed to Panorama that unfortunately, due to human error, figures they produced specifically for the programme Old, Drunk and Disorderly? broadcast on 10th September 2012 were incorrect. The figures are in fact 4-5 times lower than those originally given to Panorama. The University emphasised the human error was wholly on their part and has apologised unreservedly to the BBC. The programme was temporarily removed from iPlayer and re-edited to reflect the correct figures.
Joan Bakewell: 'Am I drinking too much in old age?'
Joan Bakewell, the government's former voice of older people, investigates the hidden problem of alcohol abuse in her generation and confronts her own social drinking habits.
Minimum alcohol price 'would save 11,500 pensioners'
The deaths of 11,500 pensioners could be avoided over the next decade if minimum alcohol pricing is rolled out in England, according to new research.
- Joan Bakewell
- Judith Ahern