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176: K-Pop prankster news!

Ep. 176

As the Trump rally was sabotaged by Gen Z K-Pop pranksters, Andy Zaltzman - a shining beacon of Gen Z himself - joins Alice to explain exactly what went down.


Listen to more classic Andy Zaltzman-ing in previous episodes such as 134, 145 or 150.


This is a Somethin' Else and Bugle Podcasts production.


This episode was produced by Ped Hunter and Chris Skinner.

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