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14 September 2016
Ben Valsler finds out why writing Alice’s adventures in Wonderland was such a headache for Lewis Carroll
4 March 2015
It may have been largely superceded in the clinic but Phil Robinson discovers there is no rest yet for barbituric acid
3 December 2014
Used to make synthetic cannabis, cannabicyclohexanol may be more risky than its non-synthetic counterpart
26 November 2014
Simon Cotton introduces the painkiller tramadol – could this be the next banned drug in competitive cycling?
12 November 2014
Simon Cotton explores our hallucinogenic horizons with psilocybin and mescaline
9 October 2014
The drug that fuelled rave culture may yet be a treatment for PTSD. Hayley Simon introduces MDMA
9 July 2014
From potential painkiller to kitchen-cooked heroin replacement, Nate Adams tracks the history of desomorphine
19 February 2014
Simon Cotton explores a dance-scene drug that was designed for horses, ketamine
22 May 2013
Simon Cotton introduces us to cathinone, the active ingredient in the stimulant Khat
20 June 2012
Simon Cotton on the 'lifestyle' drug that can be detected on 'most' banknotes
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