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The Bristol Cable presents the latest episode of W.G. Grace’s Sports Surgery podcast – delving into the worlds of sport, politics and business in Bristol.

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Terry and Duke sit down with Cable journalist and Media Lab graduate, Marcus Smith, to discuss how gambling addiction is plaguing Bristol and communities nationwide, and the sinister links between sport and the gambling industry.

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Help – If you’re affected by this issue you can get help in Bristol through the Addiction Recovery Agency, just call 0117 930 02 82 or if you don’t live in Bristol you can get help via the National Gambling Helpline on 0808 8020 133 or by visiting www.gamcare.org.uk

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