RMA-Episode 86 Show Notes:
A triumphant return! Season 2 of RMA kicks off with a review of the BBC documentary film Drinkers Like Me. Mike and Nat talk about the perils and pitfalls of moderation and non-abstinent recovery. Is such a thing even possible? Is it advisable? Does preaching the possibility of moderate drinking to the masses harm people who should be sticking the plug firmly in the jug? Tune in to find out.
We also have an extended life-update, a scientific Recovery in the News, and an alien- pentacostal Week in Weird. There’s a couple of reviews, and some Monksters Speaking. It’s an exciting hour and forty minutes of podcasting, hand-made just for you.
Finally, a big thank you to the fans who have stuck with us through the hiatus. Good things to come!
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