Nov 25, 2020
Classic Replay: The Atheist Bus Campaign - Ariane Sherine, Paul Woolley and Hanne Stinson
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Welcome to a new mid-week episode from Unbelievable? bringing you a taste of classic shows from our archive. 

In this episode from Nov 2008 Justin speaks to Ariane Sherine who created the Atheist Bus Campaign in London. He's also joined by Paul Woolley and Hanne Stinson.

For the full show: https://unbelievable.podbean.com/e/unbelievable-1-nov-2008-the-atheist-bus-campaign/

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