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Ask William and Friends

Episode Three

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Welcome to the third episode of the Ask William and Friends Podcast with special guest Jonathan Sayers....

About the Podcast

Have you heard about our recently launched project, Ask William and Friends, the podcast? The podcast initiative is a global collaboration between us here at OX, Oxford’s Ask William, Chicago-based media company Rivet 360, and exclusive wellness provider Sun Fun You Mediterranean Voyages. Oxford’s flamboyant concierge, and OX’s very own contributor, William Thomson, is celebrating his first year in business by launching something very exciting, in collaboration with OX. Ask William and Friends – featuring lively and sometimes mischievous conversations with colourful characters met during his career.

We hope you enjoy the third episode and look forward to sharing many more with you.

You can also find this podcast on all good podcast streaming sites.

"One of the best things about working in the world of hospitality is that I get to meet some wonderful people." - William Thomson


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