Coping in Copenhagen: Shouldergate and Noodle Hate

Join comedians and writers Abby, Owen and Marius every Friday as they pick through the week’s headlines and swap notes on life in the capital.

Photo: Coping in Copenhagen

On this Friday’s episode, guest host Derek Hartman joins us to talk about Mette getting shouldered, the noodles that are too hot for Denmark, and where all our stolen bikes end up.

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