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Saigoneer Podcast: Year in Review and a Look Ahead to 2019

It's our last episode of the year!

On this week's show, we begin (2:24) with a look back at our favorite segments, guests, moments and bánh mì banters from our first year on the air.

Then (20:39) we'll share some comments and feedback we've received from listeners over the last year, and also look ahead to some guests we'd like to speak to or segments we'd like to try in the coming year.

As always, we end with Bánh Mì Banter (31:29).

Listen to the latest episode of the Saigoneer Podcast through the SoundCloud link below, or subscribe on Spotify, Google Podcasts or the Apple podcast app.

Leave a review letting us know what you think of the show, and thanks for listening over the last 12 months!

We'll be back in January, in the meantime, have a great holiday season!


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