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Women Like Us


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Women Like Us

A comedy podcast from Somethin' Else
Website: twitter.com/womenlikeuspod

Credits: Katherine Parkinson (Host) (edit)

Welcome to the only podcast hosted by women. Each week, top journalists Jennifer Hudson (no relation) and Lillian Bayliss (no relation) will chat about everything they’re interested in - from fashion to politics to free speech to veganism and back again, you can be sure that if you’re a woman like them you’ll love Women Like Us.
(Please subscribe, the microphones cost a lot of money. JHxx)
(Don’t put that in it looks needy. LB.)
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