What happens when one decides to give up alcohol in a drinking culture? Annie Grace and others share their drinking experiment with BBC Sounds.
A Drinking Experiment
Alcohol is part of the fabric of life in many cultures. It’s associated with socialising, dating, networking, even commiserating . But what happens if you take it away? Tamasin Ford brings together three people who decided to give up alcohol in a drinking culture. We ask them why and how they did it. What effect did it have on their lives professionally, socially, physically, and emotionally? And would they ever want to drink again? Tune in to hear more about this drinking experiment.
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