10/10 Mark Whitaker asks leading historians how the past can inform present alcohol policy.
9/10 How and why the NHS embarked on the hospital treatment of alcoholics in the 1960s.
8/10 Mark Whitaker looks at how the pub industry responded to falling consumption in the 1920s.
7/10 Mark Whitaker examines the state's role in the liquor trade during the First World War.
6/10 Mark Whitaker examines the late 19th-century panic over habitual drunkards.
5/10 Mark Whitaker looks at how great 19th-century minds wrestled with the politics of alcohol.
4/10 Mark Whitaker looks at how the temperance movement took a grip on British political life.
3/10 Why the government in 1830 thought easier access to beer would solve drunkenness.
2/10 Mark Whitaker explores the 18th-century Gin Craze and the authorities' attempt to end it.
1/10 Mark Whitaker looks at the campaign of King James I against drink.