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Amanda Feilding on BBC Oxford

October 23, 2013 Beckley in the Media

On Sunday afternoon Director of the Beckley Foundation Amanda Feilding was invited to take part in a panel discussion on BBC Oxford. She joined Michelle X, MS sufferer cautioned for growing medical marijuana to alleviate her symptoms, and other experts and commentators, to debate whether cannabis should be legally available to those in pain. Michelle’s […]

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Amanda Feilding talks to Will Lawn of Cambridge University Radio

March 16, 2012 Podcasts

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Amanda talks on Near fm Dublin about Drug Policy

April 21, 2011 Podcasts

Amanda talks on Michael Fitzgerald about the War on Drugs, ways forward and the Global Initiative for Drug Policy Reform. Drug PolicyNear Media Co-op is a not-for-profit community media project in Coolock. The project consists of three different areas Near90fm, Neartv Productions and Near Online. Near90fm broadcasts 24 hours a day over 365 days per […]

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Amanda Feilding talks to Drug Truth Network

April 21, 2011 featured-podcast

Amanda Feilding talks about the Global Imitative for Drug Policy Reform on the radio show Cultural Baggage hosted by Dean Becker. The Drug Truth Network has more than 90 broadcast affiliates dedicated to exposing the fraud, misdirection, and wastefulness of the war on drugs. It is the only nationally distributed radio program focused on discussing […]

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David Nutt On The Ropes

March 15, 2011 featured-podcast

In this Radio interview exploring the lives of successful people who have weathered storms in their careers John Humphrys interviews original member of the Beckley Foundation advisory board and collaborator in the Beckley/Imperial Psychedelic Research Program Professor David Nutt about his short, controversial tenure as Chair of the Government’s Advisory Council on the Misuse of […]

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Bob Ainsworth: Illegal drug prohibition ‘not the answer’

December 16, 2010 featured-podcast

Bob Ainsworth talks on Best of Today on BBC4 16th December 2010. A former minister with responsibility for drugs policy has called for the decriminalisation of all drugs. Bob Ainsworth, who oversaw the issue at the Home Office in Tony Blair’s government, has said the approach of successive administrations had failed, leaving the drugs trade in […]

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Amanda Talks about Albert Hofmann on PRI’s The World

November 23, 2010 Beckley in the Media
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LSD Precious Key of Neuroscience

November 23, 2010 featured-podcast

Amanda talks about the potential medical and scientific benefits of LSD at a Symposium for Albert Hofmann’s 100th Birthday in 2006. Introduction: Albert Hofmann’s discovery changed the world for the better by opening a door to a deeper consciousness. The molecule he discovered triggers a cascade of change which in some as yet unknown way […]

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Should we decriminalise marijuana?

November 2, 2010 Beckley in the Media

Alexander Linklater debates the pros and cons of decriminalising marijuana with Amanda Feilding of the Beckley Foundation Copyright Prospect Magazine. Consider the following scenario. A pharmaceutical giant spends millions developing and bringing to market a new antidepressant. It is popular among doctors and their patients. However, reports begin to emerge that for a few patients—particularly […]

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DrugPolicy ‘Not Cost-Effective’

October 21, 2010 Podcasts

This audio file talks about replacing drugs prohibition with a regime of legal regulation would save billions of pounds and significantly improve the lives of millions of UK citizens, the drugs charity Transform says. Steve Rolles, head of research of Transform, reveals the conclusions of his report. http://news.bbc.co.uk/today/hi/today/newsid_7987000/7987111.stm

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