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Dec 6, 2013

On this month's show, Emma and the BFPJ hear from Michelle X, a multiple sclerosis sufferer from Abingdon & Oxford Cannabis Community, as she explains why she believes that cannabis should be legalised in the UK. We also talk about the new Epidiolex drug currently being tested by GW Pharma and hear from across the pond as Clark French interviews Nova from TreeTown Seeds, a master grower based in San Francisco.

If you liked the esse.b track we played this month, you can find more previews on his soundcloud at: or get in touch with him on his facebook:

You can find footage of Doug Fine's ''Too High To Fail'' book tour by visiting NORML UK's website: If you are interested in finding out more about Doug Fine or purchasing his book, please check out his website at:

Please sign and share Caroline Lucas MP's e-petition to encourage an evidence based cost benefit-analysis of the current policy on drugs:

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Playlist: Monty Python – Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life; esse.b ft. Krymson Wyte – Lost Without You