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In a world of trash opinions, they’re here to give the least trashy and most correct takes. We debate the most controversial and important topics of our time, while trying to navigate the world during this bizarre time. Brought to you by critically acclaimed London rockers Luke Griffiths (Falseheads) and Nishant Joshi (The Palpitations), the two friends take on culture, politics, science and even a little bit of music, sometimes. Luke Griffiths is the notorious frontman of London rock band Falseheads. Loved by the likes of Iggy Pop, this year has built on the band’s previous success, with a stunning debut album “It’s All There But You’re Dreaming” cementing a huge fanbase, even landing a US tour…which was cancelled, for reasons. Luke is currently recovering from several mosh-related concussions. Nishant Joshi rose to prominence in 2020 after becoming the first frontline doctor to raise national concerns about coronavirus. He plays bass in The Palpitations, who released their debut EP “FEED THE POOR! EAT THE RICH!” and gained airtime across BBC Radio. He has a wife who is considerably more famous than him. “One Conversation…From The End Of The World” Tweet us your questions, and life dilemmas @falseheads and @thepalpitations, and if you’re lucky enough we’ll answer your questions on the next podcast. If you don’t yet know of Yasmine Mohammed, we don’t want to spoil things for you – this podcast is a powerful, nuanced look at Yasmine’s experiences. Luke and Nishant were honoured to host Yasmine Mohammed as their first guest on this show. She is a lady of great courage, and her story is essential listening. Broadly, we explore Yasmine’s experiences with religion, trauma, and family. There are emotive questions about sensitive subjects. Please follow Yasmine Mohammed on Twitter and Instagram: @yasmohammedxx “Unveiled” by Yasmine Mohammed is available at all good bookstores, but here’s an Amazon link anyway: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unveiled-Western-Liberals-Empower-Radical/dp/1999240502 Yasmine Mohammed has set up a non-profit organization to support people at risk of oppression for their religious beliefs or non-beliefs: https://www.freeheartsfreeminds.com/ === Please subscribe to “One Conversation…From The End Of The World” by subscribing on SoundCloud, or any podcast app. Every little helps. Follow “One Conversation…From The End Of The World” on Twitter: @oneconpodcast Music: LIghts Out by The Palpitations

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