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You’ve seen him on Taskmaster, Live at the Apollo, Would I Lie to You and his own Netflix Special. Now Phil Wang brings his new show, Wangsplaining to BBC Radio 4.
It seems like modern debate in the UK is becoming more binary, with both sides retreating to extremes to prove a point. What's needed is a little outside perspective.
Enter British-Malaysian comedian Phil Wang. With his experience growing up in the developing world, Phil sees things differently…
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Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, W1A 1AA
Unfortunately the BBC cannot offer parking facilities at this venue. There is some metered parking outside if travelling by car and parking for blue badge holders on Duchess Street.
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Oxford Circus (Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines)
There is wheelchair access at this venue as well as an induction loop. Refreshments are available for purchase at The Media Cafe which sells hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and alcohol. There isn't a cloakroom.