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|Genre||Fly on the wall|
|Presented by||Mark Womack|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Executive producer(s)||Ralph Jones
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Followed by||Binge Nation|
Booze Britain was a fly-on-the-wall documentary television series produced by Granada that aired on British satellite TV channel Bravo in half-hour episodes which documented the binge drinking culture of various towns and cities in the United Kingdom. Typically, the series followed a group of friends as they indulge in an evening drinking heavily in various establishments usually in their own town or city, police officers fining and arresting people for various alcohol-related incidents and also paramedics who are called out to handle the consequences of drunkenness. The narration by Mark Womack provided alcohol-related statistics and comments on medical issues raised by the scenes depicted.
In its second series, subtitled Binge Nation, they went to numerous places in the country.
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- Booze Britain Map of pubs and clubs in Britain
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