Jacob Hawley: On Love

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the issues that matter to young people today.

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‘Come for the threesomes, stay for the admin’ - Polyamory

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week he hears about polyamory - the act of having intimate relationships with more than one partner at a time. He sits down with his friends Stuart and Phoebe who have been experimenting with ethical non-monogamy, journalist Franki Cookney about her writing and life experience, polyamory expert Dr Elisabeth ‘Eli’ Sheff, and Ana Kirova, the CEO of dating app Feeld. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Who am I alone?’ - Not Having Sex

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week he talks to people who don’t have sex - including Asexuality activist Yasmin Benoit, celibate rapper Faith Child and Catherine Gray, bestselling author of ’The Unexpected Joy Of Being Single’, who embarked on a dating detox for a year. He also talks to Vox correspondent Zack Beauchamp about his research on Incels and the growing number of ‘involuntarily celibate’ people. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Don’t think of a naked elephant’ - Sex Addiction

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week he explores sex addiction - does it exist, what causes it, and how bad can it get? He hears from Paula Hall from The Laurel Centre and counsellor Owen Redahan about the causes of sex addiction and how they work with patients to help them recover from it, Youtuber Courtney Daniella Boateng and musician Triple O about their experiences with addiction and compulsion, and Dr David Ley about ’The Myth of Sex Addiction’ and how else we can frame addiction. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up

’Bored of being scared’ - Nudes, Leaks and Image-based Sexual Abuse

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This week, Jacob looks at the world of nudes and leaks - from dick pics to Revenge Porn to up-skirting. He finds out how common it is, how devastating Revenge Porn can be, and what the laws are around non-consensual image sharing. Guests include Academic Lawyer Abhilash Nair, Sophie Mortimer from the Revenge Porn Helpline, Folami Prehaye who set up VOIC (Victims of Image Crime) after successfully prosecuting her ex-partner, Ronnie Meechan-Rogers from the University of Birmingham who is researching Revenge Porn in the LGBTQ community, and Gina Martin, who led the campaign to change the law around up-skirting. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up

'The Happiest Day Of Your Life’ - Marriage.

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week, Jacob considers marriage, talking to wedding planner Sarah Haywood, comedian Sindhu Vee, journalist Ashley Edwards-Walker and young divorcee Mark O’Brien. He also hears from the Reverend Chris Hudson about welcoming same-sex couples to his church in Belfast, and an admin from ’That’s It I’m Wedding Shaming’ about weird and wonderful (mainly weird) weddings. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up

'Old Drugs’ - Contraception

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week, Jacob looks at contraception in the UK - he hears from sexual health doctors, researchers and scientists as well as the founder of The Low Down (‘Trip Advisor for the pill’) about what options are available, what side effects they come with and what research is being done into new methods. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Pete Strauss Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘It’s Just Sex’ - Sex Work and the Law

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. Jacob talks to people involved in Sex Work - from the English Collective of Prostitutes to advocates for the Nordic Model. He hears about the law in the UK around sex work at the moment, as well as the proposed changes. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Another day in the office’ - Visiting a porn shoot

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This episode sees Jacob visit a porn set to observe how pornography is produced and talk to the directors, producers and performers involved. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Putting the P in the V’ - Sex Education

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. This week, he goes back to school to find out how and what young people are learning about sex. He talks to sex educators from The School of Sexuality Education and Beyond Equality, award winning podcasters Poppy and Rubina from Brown Girls Do It Too, and 'Normal People’'s intimacy coordinator Ita O Brien about how we portray sex on TV. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Do you want to break lockdown together?’ - Love In Lockdown

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. How are people navigating dating and love while in lockdown? Jacob speaks to people who are swiping from a distance, meeting people online and IRL, as well as the companies that are catering for it - from Tinder to Pornhub to sex dolls. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Don’t look at the comments, look at the bank balance'

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. In this episode, Jacob continues to explore pornography, talking to the people behind the camera - pornstars, camstars and OnlyFans creators. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

‘Special Cuddles’ - The Pornography Debate

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. In this episode, he explores the debate around pornography and its regulation, talking to Dr Clarissa Smith, Dr Gail Dines, and actor Tyger Drew-Honey, whose parents made a living from the adult industry. Producer - Nick Coupe Executive Producer - Adnan Ahmed Researcher - Miranda Slade Sound Design - Chris Maclean Music - Buddy Peace Artwork - Made Up On Love is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds

Welcome to Jacob Hawley: On Love

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the world of love, sex and intimacy - and the people that make money from it. Jacob used to make money from as drugs and comedy, telling jokes about his anecdotal experiences of the UK drug scene and exploring that world in more depth through his award-winning podcast 'Jacob Hawley: On Drugs'. Now he's exploring the world of love for sale, meeting the people selling, the people buying, and everyone in between.

Job Centre: Believe you are going to be better tomorrow

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. On this week’s episode, Jacob talks to the Guardian’s Kate Proctor about reporting one armed from a pandemic; he hears about Covideo parties from comedian Alison Spittle, and he chats to Mr Motivator about staying motivated through lockdown. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: Not quite charity, but certainly cheering people up

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. On this week’s episode, Jacob talks to Blue Peter’s newest presenter Mwaksy Mudenda about taking on a flagship show from her bedroom and Bethany Wells, a theatre designer who has set up a micro grant scheme for artists ineligible for other support. He also hears from furloughed chef Ben Miller who has set up his own cook at home business, Deliveroo cyclist Tom, and Absolute Radio presenter / Bread King Ross Buchanan. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: Shakespeare wrote King Lear in a pandemic and so should you...

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. This week he hears from author and podcaster Caroline O’Donoghue about publishing into a void and defining ourselves by our jobs, as well as Republic of Ireland and Nottingham Forest coach Andy Reid about the return of football. He also hears from Adam, a BT engineer about keeping the country connected and Nick, who’s been undertaking a fancy dress challenge. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: Going above and beyond

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. This week he talks to two teachers about going back to school, Year 11 student Chris Johnson about spending his time away from school making visors for the NHS and Hamilton actor Karl Queensborough about pausing a West End musical. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: Overworked and Underpaid

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to key workers and creative freelancers. This week he talks to people who are caring for the elderly - Adam and Kate from care homes across the country, as well as comedian Mark Olver who is spending his lockdown helping out in a local home. He also hears from musician Deb Mawby about how she is keeping her mum Bet informed and entertained. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: A fascinating little footnote into this period

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. This week he talks to Anatomical Pathology Technician Gemma Norburn about working in a mortuary during a pandemic, as well as comedian Nish Kumar about making The Mash Report from his bedroom. He also hears from Adam Robinson from the Book of Darkness and Light about taking ghost stories online, Jenny Legg from Quarantap who's teaching dance across video calls, and Owain Wyn Evans from BBC North West Tonight who went viral after drumming to the news. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: Every Day’s A New Day

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. This week he talks to national treasure and Eastenders favourite Natalie Cassidy about recommencing filming in Albert Square, and supermarket worker Owen about catering for the lockdown. He also hears about a viral sensation in the seaside town of Llandudno... Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: A Whole New Mindset

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. This week he talks to comedian and voice of Love Island Iain Stirling about what’s keeping him busy in lockdown, and Dr Amir Khan, a GP in Leeds about adjusting to new medical practise. He also hears from Crystal Stanley, who created the Rainbow Trail in the UK about how it feels to start a nationwide trend and be mentioned by The Queen. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: A New Normal For Now

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. In this episode, he chats to Luke, a plumbing engineer, about keeping people’s water flowing and toilets flushing. He hears about the Lockdown Theatre Festival from Olivier Award winning actor Bertie Carvel, and Virtual Collaborators, an online project from Danusia Samal. He also catches up with Dulcie Scott from Helping Dress Medics - a team of TV costume makers who are putting their skills into making high quality scrubs for the NHS. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

Job Centre: 'Without swearing...STAY AT HOME'

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers. In this episode, he chats to Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Richard Gadd about what he’s doing to stay creative in quarantine, and Georgia, an Emergency Medical Technician who is driving into the unknown and tackling the pandemic head on. He also hears from Janet, who is organising socially distanced dancing to keep her street fit and healthy. Jacob Hawley’s Job Centre is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Sounds Art by Made Up Music by Jaan Production Coordinator: Sarah Sharpe Producer: Nick Coupe

This is Jacob Hawley's Job Centre

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Jacob Hawley discusses what life in lockdown means to keyworkers and creative freelancers

On Drugs: Fourteen Units A Week - How Dangerous Is Alcohol?

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene, by heading to the bar and discussing the damaging effects of alcohol. He talks to comedians Lou Sanders and Jon Long about their relationship with alcohol, Tom Blackwood about low/no alcohol beer, Professor David Nutt about his years of research (and his wine bar) and Dr Richard Piper from Alcohol Change UK about what needs to change. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Antidepressants

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene. This week he hears about the world of antidepressants: Are they overprescribed? How do they work? Who do they work for? He talks to his best mate Rebecca, and comedians Ahir Shah and Angela Barnes about their relationship to medication, he heads to Birmingham to hear from Emma Carrington of Rethink about her experiences working with patients on antidepressants and Dr David Healy about his research into the realities of SSRIs. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: County Lines - Victims or Criminals?

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene. This week he hears about County Lines - the practise of drugs gangs exploiting children into carrying out illegal activity on their behalf. He talks to Nikki Holland from the National Crime Agency, Sonya Jones from charity Addaction and Tanayah Sam, ex-gangster who now prevents children from following the same route he did. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Prescription Drug Abuse - 'Our Dealers Wear White Coats'

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene. This week, he heads to Bradford to find out more about prescription drug abuse - people using and becoming addicted to drugs that you can get from your doctor or over the counter at a pharmacy. He hears from young people about what new drugs are coming through, talks to Dr Kevin Sabet in America about how bad the issue got over there, and Dr Tom Yerburgh in the UK about whether we have a similar issue at home. He also visits Michael Ritchie, who runs the addiction to medicine program at The Bridge Project, and Katie and Michelle - two ex-addicts who Michael has helped kick the habit. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Live from the BBC 6 Music Festival with Tyger Drew-Honey

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene. This week, he is live from the BBC 6Music Festival in Camden, talking to actor and presenter Tyger Drew-Honey about his struggle with drink and drugs, how society sees addiction, and what needs to change. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Performance Enhancing Drugs

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene, looking at the murky world of doping and Performance Enhancing Drugs. This week, he hears why people cheat from UK Athletics’ Ed Warner, what is being done to combat it from UK Anti-Doping’s Emily Robinson, what it feels like to compete under strict regulations from Olympic Gold Medal winning Luke Campbell and why people use Anabolic Steroids from TM Cycles’ Thomas Maw. Jacob Hawley is a Silver ARIA-winning, BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Drugs Behind Bars

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene. This time he goes behind bars into a Category C Prison to explore how prevalent drugs are and what is being done to target them. He also hears from Bradley Laurencin, former drug dealer and resident of HMP Wandsworth. Jacob Hawley is an ARIA-nominated BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Should I Give Money To The Homeless?

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Comedian Jacob Hawley explores the UK drugs scene and how drug use affects the homeless community. Jacob hears from comedian Chloe Petts about her work as an Outreach Worker with the homeless community, and visits a Thames Reach hostel in Vauxhall to talk to Laura Pilcher. He also heads to Yeovil for a compelling first-hand account of drug use and homelessness from Nathan Harmer. Jacob Hawley is a BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you’ve been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

Welcome back to Jacob Hawley: On Drugs

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Welcome back to Jacob Hawley: On Drugs. The series continues from 26th February 2020

08: Police and Policy

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Comedian Jacob Hawley concludes his exploration of the UK drugs scene for now by talking to the police. Jacob hears about policing priorities from Lawrence Gibbons, Head of Drugs Threat for the National Crime Agency, as well as the practicalities of policing from ex Met Detective Paul Sharky and former Special Constable Joseph Kaz, who spoke out about his concerns on live TV earlier this year. We also discuss the psychology of criminality and disproportionate Stop and Search with Dr Michael Shiner. Jacob Hawley is a BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you've been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe

On Drugs: Meet The Dealers

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Comedian Jacob Hawley continues his exploration of the UK drugs scene. In this episode, Jacob meets people on the wrong side of the law as he talks to drug dealers. From Bradley Laurencin, dealing on an estate in Kilburn and serving jail time by his mid 20s through to Shaun Attwood, stock market millionaire and ecstasy kingpin nicknamed the Bank Of England and running a multi million pound ecstasy ring in Arizona. He also talks to someone making comedy from dealers' texts, the team behind Instagram sensation shottatexts. Jacob Hawley is a BBC New Comedy Award Finalist, as seen on BBC3 and heard on BBC Radio 4. If you've been affected by any of the issues discussed in this podcast, you can find help and support here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1kS7QTDB16PWkywhsXJLzxz/information-and-support-addiction-alcohol-drugs-and-gambling Jacob Hawley: On Drugs is a BBC Studios production for BBC Sounds. Art by Made Up Music by Buddy Peace Producer: Nick Coupe