When we discover something we love at The Nod, we’ve gotta share it with the fam. Eric’s close friend, a self-proclaimed “glo-up artist,” explains how a piece of clothing changed his life forever. And Eric shares something he just can’t stop thinking about.
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The Nod is produced by Brittany Luse, with Eric Eddings, Kate Parkinson-Morgan, and Emanuele Berry. With production assistance from Wallace Mack. Our senior producer is Sarah Abdurrahman. We are edited by Annie-Rose Strasser. Engineering from Cedric Wilson.
Special thanks to MR Daniel. Fact-checking by Max Gibson. Our theme music is by Calid B. Additional music in the show by Calid B, Haley Shaw, Jupyter, Chilly Willy and Kevin J. Simon.
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