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Campaign on BBC Radio Sheffield phone-in
Posted on June 11, 2014

Listen to the phone-in on Toby Foster’s BBC Radio Sheffield Breakfast Show – as they discuss problem gambling, betting shops and addiction. Featuring an appearance from Campaign Consultant Matt Zarb-Cousin.


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Matt Zarb-Cousin discussing luck on BBC World Service
Posted on May 8, 2014

Most people believe in some aspects of luck. Is believing in luck something which can empower us or does it mean we give up whatever control we feel we have over our lives?

Mike Williams discusses luck with former professional cricketer Ed Smith, therapist Alexander Anghelou and Cambridge psychologist Mike Aitken. And Mike also visits a casino to meet a reformed gambler.

Listen to Matt Zarb-Cousin discussing luck on BBC World Service online.


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testimonials

Anonymous testimonial 2, February 2013

“My addiction began in 1999, when I was 15 years old and in the final year of formal schooling. After lessons had finished, I would visit the Ladbrokes at the end of the school road and play a fruit machine. This simply began as curiosity. (I recall now, with some irony, that the name of the machine was ‘Pipe Dreams’.) I was never challenged on my age.
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