The Smorgasboarder podcast with Dave Swan is for people who love surfing, surfboards - everyday surfers and surf lovers! This is all about extending the experience of the interviews from our print magazine from just your eyes, to bringing them in full unedited glory to your ears as well. Listen in on our conversations with the most interesting people and personalities – from surfboard shapers, to surfers, surfing-related entrepeneurs, artists and musicians to simply people who just love surfing – as we discuss, question, unearth and try to solve all the world’s problems on the way.
Shaun and Jai Levings - Dream boat trips for surf holidays in the Maldives
What’s the next dream surf destination on your bucket list? Once all the current Coronavirus / Covid-19 / zombie apocalypse craziness is over, where will you go? Well, you can listen up to the Smorgasboarder podcast for plenty of inspiration. We talk...
Grant Newby - leader of a unique splinter group
Wooden surfboard enthusiast, board builder and Alley Fish Fry founder - we talk with Grant about his passions and what motivates him to lead rather than follow. Links and details on smorgasboarder.com.au
Dave Verrall - Variety is the spice of life
They say 'variety is the spice of life" and we wholeheartedly agree. That’s the reason why, years ago, we were immediately drawn to the work of a bloke called Dave Verrall - the man behind Diverse Surfboards. We chat to Dave about diversity amongst...
Clearwater Surfboards' Steve Del Rosso
Recently Steve cut the power to his planer for just a little while to shed some light on the focus of his designs.
Ash, the Friendly Pirate
Ash is a surfer who rips, a soon to be father, and someone that has overcome an incredible ordeal that risked to ruin his competitive surfing career.
Ghost Racks with Shane Atkins
Talking to Shane Atkins, we find out what Mark Richards, Gary Elkerton, Rob Machado and Hawaiian big wave charger Jamie O’Brien have in common.
Real down to earth stories
Shut up and listen!
Potential to be a really good podcast if Dave could keep himself to a minimum.
It’s quite irritating when he asks a guest a question then interrupts with his opinion halfway through their answer.