This two-part documentary series (the second part of which airs tonight, while the first part aired last night) focusses on addicts in small-town Ireland. Their lives are afflicted by the many problems that come with addiction, including stigmatisation, homelessness and mental health issues. While drug addiction has been traditionally associated with cities, such as Dublin, this programme shows how it has spread throughout the country – as Ali, an addict in Nenagh, says, ‘Drugs are everywhere.’ Other individuals we meet on the show include Michael in Clonakilty, who battles alcohol addiction, and Wayne, a homeless young father who is addicted to tablets. The programmes also explore some of the support services available, for example, in Limerick, the Ana Liffey Drug Project arranges safe needle exchanges on back streets.