Fatal Addiction: Amy Winehouse
Amy Winehouse is one of the most iconic artists of the 21st century. Her sound, style and honesty set her apart from the rest as truly one of a kind. Thanks to her monumental album Back To Black in 2006, she went on to be one of the most award-winning superstars and the face of British music. But the constant fame and attention came at a price. With the non-stop, year-in, year-out war between her and the media, Amy Winehouse found herself caught up in life-threatening addictions, class A substance abuse, self-harm and toxic relationships. Witness the rise and fall of Britain's most iconic star and the lead-up to her devastating death. Her drinking continued to get worse, causing her career to suffer and causing an addiction that controlled her daily routine. A fatal addiction that would eventually take her life.
Starring Dr Peter Hughes, Professor Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Professor Jason Payne James
Director Remone Jones