I had been asked to cover the story of 'drug consumption centres' (or shooting galleries for those who prefer it more rough and ready) - and you can watch my film here.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation had commissioned the great and the good to write an independent report about how having clean, safe environments for drug addicts was more preferable than allowing them to inject themselves on the streets.
As a long time member of the Temperance Society, I am not sure how Mr Rowntree would be reacting to his Foundation's findings, but I am sure he would be reaching for the Fruit Pastilles.
Anyway, I was off on a plane and before I knew it I was filming six people in a row injecting themselves in the groin.
Luckily, I am not prone to fainting fits when confronted by a needle, but I must say it was quite an experience.
We did all the interviews once the users had got their high, which was nice as if I failed to get the right comment cleanly they would always repeat themselves over and over again, so I could get it right.