Baddiel to take drug live on TV to monitor effects for new show

Baddiel to take drug live on TV to monitor effects for new show

Comedian David Baddiel is reportedly going to take class A drugs live on TV as part of a scientific study for a new show.

'Drug Live' on Channel 4, which will air in July, will look at the effects MDMA has on the brain.

The drug is a pure form of ecstasy and was banned in 1977.

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