Ria Lina, Imran Yusuf, Scott Capurro, Steve Gribbin continue the conversation about injustice and the power of education. Steve had statue plans for North Korea and Ria might be in love with Michael Gove. Imran wants a wombat to teach us how to love and everyone is serious about helping to change the world.
Back at the club Paul Thorne tries to make one thing very clear as Jarred Christmas, Dave Fulton and Ria Lina join a feisty paramedic in discussing their royal Uber issues in London and Hong Kong. Taylor Swift does very well apparently but politics continues to show it’s ugly side.
Podcast recorded and produced by Simon Mason
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