‘It was Changing Rooms on Drugs’

Kennington

An award-winning former BBC producer was jailed for 21 months for selling crystal meth to clients of his interior design business in an enterprise dubbed ‘Changing Rooms on drugs’. Alexander Parkin, 45, won nine Sony awards for his work with the BBC and worked on the popular Radio 3 show Late Junction. Parkin stashed 123 grammes of the class A drug in cubby holes around his fourth fourth-floor flat in Kennington, southwest London. Kingston Crown Court was told he now…

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