Canada's top comedy podcast. Hosted by Graham Clark and Dave Shumka, with weekly guests. Hilarious weekly guests? Yup.
Episode 767 - Nour Hadidi
Comedian Nour Hadidi returns to talk hummus, porta potties, and tripod shopping. Warning: this episode has some brief discussion of suicide and child abuse.
Episode 766 - Heidi Brander
Comedian and writer Heidi Brander joins us to talk film school, The Crown, and queen pranks.
Episode 765 - Michael Balazo
Comedian Michael Balazo returns to talk Christmas treats, green movies, and fright nights.
Episode 764 - Abdul Aziz
Comedian Abdul Aziz returns to talk graveyards, matrix glitches, and candy stores.
Episode 763 - Stacey McLachlan
Comedian and writer Stacey McLachlan returns to talk wrestling ring ownership, oil gelatin, and late night pizza.
Episode 762 - Chris Locke
Comedian Chris Locke returns to talk slashers, Halloween music, and a country music show. But we didn’t say anything about MC Hammer.
Funny and perhaps life affirming?
I found this podcast the way I find all the podcasts I listen to, by listening to the Paul F Tompkins guest episodes, but I fell in love with the hosts and now I listen to every episode. Graham and Dave are hilarious and more kind-spirited than a lot of American Comedians. Every episode leaves me feeling cheered up and and wishing I lived in Canada.
A decade plus of peak podcasting
Strictly stellar programming on a weekly basis, these Canadian grownmen and their extended friendiverse always serve me up the juiciest sounds and I laugh and laugh all day
I Will Always Love You 🎶
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.
Thank you Gentlemen!!!