Retro AMT300
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Five years ago, AMT hit a landmark: 300 episodes! To celebrate, we recruited celeb question-answerers, including podcast legend Adam Buxton, comedy legend Josie Long, radio legend Tony Blackburn, MaxFun legends Jesse and Theresa Thorn, and more. Hear their advice and opinions about creativity, bumhole problems, and nutmeg. This episode originally appeared at answermethispodcast.com/episode300 on 16 October 2014. Want to complete your AMT collection? Episodes 1-200 are available from http://answermethisstore.com.  There'll be an all-new episode of AMT on the first Thursday of the month. Send us questions to answer: email written words or voice memos to answermethispodcast@googlemail.com. Tweet us http://twitter.com/helenandolly Facebook http://facebook.com/answermethis Subscribe on Apple Podcasts http://iTunes.com/AnswerMeThis Hear Helen Zaltzman's podcast The Allusionist at http://theallusionist.org, Olly Mann's The Modern Mann at http://modernmann.co.uk, and Martin Austwick's Song By Song at http://songbysongpodcast.com. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace. Want to build a website? Go to http://squarespace.com/answer, and get a 10% discount on your first purchase of a website or domain with the code 'answer'.
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