For fifty years marijuana has been Australia’s most popular illegal drug; seven million of us have tried it, and more than two-and-a-half million smoke it every day.
1 Oct 2014 - 8:30 PM  UPDATED 2 Oct 2014 - 2:17 PM

Michael is Australia’s biggest public advocate for smoking Marijuana. He is ambassador for life at Nimbin’s Hemp Embassy, co-creator of Australia’s annual celebration of all things cannabis, Mardi Grass, a foundation member of the Help End Marijuana Prohibition (HEMP) political party, and a man who has smoked his own body weight in marijuana over the course of his lifetime.

Kerryn is a former drug user who is now a passionate school drug and alcohol awareness educator and published author on the topic. Kerryn believes marijuana is the potential gateway to a lifetime of addiction and ruin. Michael introduces her to maverick marijuana growers, to people who smoke it recreationally, and epileptics who use it medicinally. Kerryn introduces him to doctors who have proved its negative effect on the brain and parents who have lost children and family members to the drug.

8.30pm Wednesday, 1 October on SBS ONE
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