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In our latest episode of Agree to Disagree Season Two, we take on the age-old clash between the north and south.
While some people might argue that the only real difference between the top and bottom half of England is a geographical one, others know it's one of the most contentious divides out there.
We got northerner Emmy and southerner Luke to sit down and talk it out, debating everything from food, music and culture through to who's the toughest and where's best to live.
Luke, who admits he's never been as far north as Manchester or Liverpool, remains adamant that the south is better for food, while Emmy backs her part of the country for producing superior music.
The duo even discuss the lingo, with Emmy schooling her southern counterpart on regional words like 'barm' - which Luke refuses to call anything other than a 'bread roll' - and 'scran'.
As for whether or not the evening meal should be called 'dinner'? Well, let's just say you might be surprised by the outcome of that one.
Will Emmy and Luke be able to see things from the other's point of view, or will they just have to agree to disagree?
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