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I don’t know much about Canada, having only visited once on a camping trip with my family. However, I feel connected to my neighbors to the north when I listen to Dave & Graham. You never know what interesting topics they’re going to discuss next but you can bet it’s going to be funny. Episode 679 is especially hilarious with a great rendition of “I Will Always Love You” sung softly and earnestly by the hosts and their charming guest. more
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These humorists jump, jive, and wail away every week. With a probable gretsch.
Love so much Dave and Graham always make me happy
Two guys that are so in tune with each other. Great conversations with funny people.
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Stop Podcasting Yourself launched 14 years ago and published 778 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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