Obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Sex Education's George Robinson and magician Fergus Flanagan chat fame, OCD and magic.
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George became tetraplegic just a few years ago when he broke his neck in a school rugby tackle gone-wrong. 

The question is, did he watch the show - full of teenage sex, angst and mishaps - with his parents?

Professional magician Fergus Flanagan first got into tricks when he was 10-year-old - about the same time he realised he must be different to everyone else. 

He'd started to experience intrusive thoughts relating to hitting or kicking disabled people - something he never acted on. 

But it would be another 10 years before he told anyone about it and it was given a name - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - something he's now created a magic show around.

Presented by Kate Monaghan and Simon Minty. A full transcript will be available here soon. 

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