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Old 02-20-2016, 12:08 AM   #1
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Why is it that whenever I listen to the Vinyl Cafe, I think about applying for dual citizenship? Scott

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I assume the United States (Scott's home) and Canada (home of The Vinyl Cafe). I like McLean's stories on long road trips.
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I just listened to "The Coffin" from Vinyl Cafe last week for the umpteenth time! What a hoot!

I download the podcasts and extract the stories to separate MP3 files for our long road trips. They keep us wide awake!

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I just listened to "The Coffin" from Vinyl Cafe last week for the umpteenth time! What a hoot!

I download the podcasts and extract the stories to separate MP3 files for our long road trips. They keep us wide awake!

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We are total NPR and CBC fans. Stuart is such a wonderful story teller. He gives such a great introduction with the histories of the cities and towns that he airs the shows from. Whenever I listen to his program I just want to be in Canada.

Another great program is Encounters by Richard Nelson he is a cultural anthropologist living in Sitka Alaska. He can talk about a tree, flower, fish for a hour and be totally fascinating. When ever I listen to Richard I'm glad that I get to live in Alaska, and see and experience the things that he talks about. Scott

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We are total NPR and CBC fans. Stuart is such a wonderful story teller. He gives such a great introduction with the histories of the cities and towns that he airs the shows from. Whenever I listen to his program I just want to be in Canada.

Another great program is Encounters by Richard Nelson he is a cultural anthropologist living in Sitka Alaska. He can talk about a tree, flower, fish for a hour and be totally fascinating. When ever I listen to Richard I'm glad that I get to live in Alaska, and see and experience the things that he talks about. Scott

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Thanks for the tip on Vinyl Cafe.

Jean Shepherd was a favorite of mine to listen to on WOR (NYC) when I was in high school in NJ. His nightly talk show helped me get thru my physics homework.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Shepherd

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"Jean Shepherd Rewound" is 12 podcasts from some of his broadcasts in the 1960s.
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Here is the YouTube link to The Coffin.

Oops, didn't work. Search it yourself using

Stewart McLean coffin on YouTube.

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Thanks for the tip on Vinyl Cafe.

Jean Shepherd was a favorite of mine to listen to on WOR (NYC) when I was in high school in NJ. His nightly talk show helped me get thru my physics homework.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Shepherd

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Cool, thanks. I like having new podcasts for our road trips. I like listening to classical music, until my wife starts pulling out her hair. Radiolab, Home - Radiolab is another of series of very interesting stories.

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