This week, Nate and Milo discuss the North-South divide of England with help from two friends of the show--and FT reporters--Rob Smith (@bondhack) and Kaye Wiggins (@kayewiggins). Rob is from Derby (technically not in the North, but presumed to be) and Kaye is from Southport (definitely in the North). We discuss their experiences in the South, the fact that Liverpool and Essex have so much in common, and a guide for international students in the UK that offers a doctrinal definition of Northern Monkeys vs Southern Fairies. Hope you enjoy!
Rob and Kaye worked on a piece about financial misadventures in the North that you should check out: https://t.co/YaFREWTHbg?amp=1
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Milo Edwards comperes a stellar line-up of professional acts trying new material, headlined by Archie Henderson. See it on 26 October at 19:30, Sekforde Arms, London EC1R 0HA: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/smoke-comedy-featuring-archie-henderson-tickets-188961367537
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