After the death of a co-host in 2020, LATV took a hiatus to now return with a new teamLATV is a podcast from the beautiful Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada that deals with international news, stories and politics from the atheist perspective. Their chemistry and humour is infectious and bring great guests to discuss a large variety of topics
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I listened regularly until they closed on a sad note. Looking forward to catching up. Worth the time to listen.
Very descriptive and intense. Great host with clear audio. Detailed narrated content that will leave you wanting more. Looking forward to more episodes!
I highly recommend making this podcast a part of your routine if you enjoy listening to authentic conversations!! Very good dialogue.
A brilliant podcast that enables me to keep up to date with all the latest news from around the globe, whilst on the commute to work. An absolute mainstay in any podcasts enthusiasts library
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Left at the Valley 2.0 launched a year ago and published 67 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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