The best of the Corey Stories from The Earful Tower

Corey Frye, the tour guide, is in love with Paris. He says the city is like his celebrity crush.

Oliver Gee, the host of this podcast, loves Paris too. He says he wants it to be his “late-night-text friend”.

Together, the two meet in the studio to talk about their unusual relationships with Paris and to share their favourite Corey Stories from Season Two.

If you don’t know what a Corey Story is, it’s basically a story about Paris, told by Corey, at the end of every season two episode.

This bonus episode includes talk of singer Jim Morrison, a mysterious painting in the Louvre museum, wine turned into water, and the man who sold the Eiffel Tower.

trio pic paris

To listen to it: You have to become a Patreon member of The Earful Tower, which costs US$1 a month. If you consider that to be an outrageous ask from me, then consider me outrageous.

If you sign up at that tier, you’ll have three full episodes to listen to (and more in the coming days).

There are higher tiers too, with extra bonuses. I’d recommend the US$5 monthly tier, especially today, because you’re in time for the weekly Friday email.

Or indeed, just wait for February when Season Three starts and all the usual stuff will be free as always 🙂

But if you value the show and want to secure its future, now’s the time to sign up. Or to buy a tote bag, of course.

Crowdfunding update: $109 a month from 25 awesome listeners. Thanks guys!

 

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  1. Hi Oliver, sorry about that but I must do something wrong regarding the tote bag ; PayPal won’t let me add an Australian address, it is requesting a 5 digit post code and I have a feeling it is set up for French addresses? Just let me know how I can sort this out and I will order one 😉 Thanks!

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  2. That’s very odd, some others have bought them from Australia without problem. If you can put the payment through, just do it and email me your postal address and I’ll sort it out 🙂

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