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The Wikicast

Clark and Maw

Simon and Dan go on a random wikipedia article and chat about it - it's the Wikicast!


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 245 ratings
  • Neat

    I just think episode 100 is pretty neat ;)

    Apple Podcasts
    Sweden2 years ago
  • Wonderful hour of absolute pleasure

    There’s nothing like listening to these two chat away about the most random topics Wikipedia has to offer. I only wish I found this podcast when it first came out!

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 years ago
  • Simon I love this podcast

    I love this podcast

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    nick kiwons
    United States2 years ago
  • The best commute companion

    This podcast has keep me company throughout many bus journeys during the recent months of the c-19 pandemic. It’s great funny educational and just perfect for people who have interests in science, choral music and just general life go listen go listen now you won’t regret it

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • a joy to listen to!

    it’s honestly just fantastic

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    boiler 778
    United Kingdom2 years ago

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