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Ep 6: Phone Experiences

Ep. 6

Lucy and Sam get on the blower to some of their most powerful allies. It's important to go scroll through all of your contacts and ask people for money every now and again. One day people will be horrified that we put our phones in pockets and bags when they're not being used. This will be considered barbaric. Everyone's phone will have its own little house.


Recorded by Ben Williams and edited by Aniya Das for Plosive. 

 

Artwork by Sam Campbell. 

Theme music by Paul Williams and Sam Campbell.

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