Louis Theroux Documentary

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For those in the UK, Louis Theroux's latest documentary called Drinking To Oblivion, is on BBC Two this Sunday, 24th April at 9:00pm.

I like this guy's documentaries and it will be interesting to see what new information, if any, this particular one brings to the population.

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    I especially liked 'When Louis Theroux met the Hamiltons' in 2001 and Christine Hamilton was p*ssed and flirting with him.

    I've had a quick read of it and he is at Kings College Hospital London. It sounds quite good, but some of it sounds like it will be a bit close to home.

    I shall be watching it.

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    This stinks! I can't find that this will be broadcasted in the US.  I LOVE stuff like this....it also says in my research on this that it will be followed by another story:

    ‘Drinking To Oblivion’, which airs on BBC Two at 9pm on Sunday 24 April, also follows the story of Peter, whose drinking spirals out of control after the loss of his dad, and Aurelie, who says that giving up booze is like “going to war and not winning”.

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    I am an avid fan of Louis Theroux - a lot of his stuff is on Netflix now - if anyone has it and wants to watch. His recent stuff regarding Los Angeles (LA stories) was gritty and brilliant - especially the Cedars-Sinai episode (heartbreaking). "The city addicted to crystal meth" - I know that's not my "drug", alcohol is, but I could relate. Cannot wait to see Sunday's programme, have set the tv to record.

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