Sneak Peek of My New Podcast: London is OK I Guess

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Hey Museums in Strange Place listeners! I’m excited to share a sneak peek of my new podcast, London is OK I Guess.

Don’t worry, I’ve still got plenty of Museums in Strange Places episodes in  the pipeline for you to enjoy. 

But first I want to invite you to listen to the first few minutes of the first episode of London is Ok I Guess, a show about finding your place….in a place you’d rather not be.

If you like what you hear, please go subscribe to the show on whatever app you use, share it with a friend, and leave London is Ok I Guess a review on Apple Podcasts. 

 

 

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