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Don’t Call Me Crazy is a new BBC Three documentary set in Manchester’s The McGuinness Unit, one of the largest teenage mental health inpatient units in the country and a place of last resort for many adolescents with eating disorders or psychosis, who self-harm or are suicidal.

Filmed over the course of a year and with unparalleled access, this series follows teenage girls and boys at the unit as they battle to turn their lives around. It is narrated by LUKE TREADAWAY.

Don’t Call Me Crazy launches ‘It’s A Mad World’ – a season of films on BBC Three looking at a range of mental health issues affecting young people in Britain today, from schizophrenia, OCD, eating disorders and self-harming to dealing with family members affected by mental illness.

Tune in to the first episode of this three-part series on Monday 24th June, 9pm on BBC Three.

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