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Through the Humourology podcast, I’ve been working hard to bring you the very best guests sharing the most powerful insights and, of course, the biggest laughs and now it’s time to ask something of you in return. Something important. Something daring. Something wonderful. Something that takes only seconds of your day and makes a huge difference. Together, we can do this.

It’s time to cast your vote in the British Podcast Awards.


Follow this link and vote for The Humourology Podcast in the People’s Choice category.


By making Humourology the winning podcast, you create a greater following that brings even more fabulous guests. Your vote makes a genuine difference and I know that you’re the kind of person who wants to make a difference. Just imagine telling all your friends and loved ones that you were the one to put Humourology on top, where it belongs.


Now, or sooner if you’re busy.

Vote here, vote now.


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