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Alcohol
First broadcast May 2006

If you sit down for a drink with some friends to socialise, you might expect to get a little drunk. Even if you consume a more than you should have, you can expect a bad hangover. What you wouldn't expect is to lose your sight, or your life.

Part Three: The Drink that can kill

In this edition of Alcohol, the BBC's Nigel Wrench goes on the trail of the illegal drink that can kill.

Many alcoholic drinks in the world are produced illegaly, and many of them are brewed in such a way that excessive consumption can really cause the drinker serious harm, and in some cases even death.

In Kenya illegal alcohol brewing is a very common occurence. We meet the the people who buy it, as well as those who make it.


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