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  Ever wondered how to survive a poisonous snake attack, avoid being struck by lightning or fend off a thug wielding a baseball bat?

Help is at hand with the DVD release of Nick Frost’s Danger! 50,000 Volts, the brilliant ‘alternative’ survival show in which Frost (Spaced and Shaun of the Dead) teaches you how to react in the face of attack, escape from a cave when the tide is rising or even deliver a baby in a taxi. In a world where there are thugs at home, terrorists abroad and fear lurking round every corner, Nick Frost shows you can never be too paranoid, too pissed off or too over prepared because Danger is out there….and she’s looking for you.
  Darren Jones [17 Sep 2004 at 20:13]

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