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James Bond, legendary secret agent, marksman, womaniser, smoker, but perhaps most famously, drinker. Neil Guha and Patrick Davies from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, and Graham Johnson from the Royal Derby Hospital, have documented Commander Bond's drinking in a Christmas BMJ paper, and join us to discuss its findings.
Also this week, Doctors of the World, The BMJ's Christmas charity, has a role beyond emergency response to humanitarian crises, helping undocumented migrants in the UK access healthcare. Richard Hurley visits its clinic in the east end of London to find out out more.
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