Middlesex In The City
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This week Charlie Baker introduces a tie with a difference as Bob Mills and Mark Smith represent the county of Middlesex as they face Aberdeen in the shape of Ally Ross and Natalie Sawyer. In this edition we discover why the red card in football doesn't go far enough, why national anthems should be replaced by number one singles and what the song 'Please Release Me' is actually about. Contains bonus material not included in the broadcast version of the show for the added benefit of podcast listeners. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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