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Stop Podcasting Yourself

By Graham Clark and Dave Shumka

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Description

Vancouver's top comedy podcast? Hosted by Graham Clark and Dave Shumka, with weekly guests. Hilarious weekly guests? Yup.

Customer Reviews

Super Great

This is a top notch podcast. It's totally hilarious in a completely natrual way. Nothing feels forced. Just two funny guys plus a funny guest talking and having a good time and in the process causing me laugh out loud on the bus, making a public spectacle of myself.

I'm a Bumper and So Can You!

Stop Podcasting Yourself is now the sole reason to look forward to Mondays. The show is released on a weekly basis and is always hilarious. Listen on your iPod with caution, you may end up having loud outbursts of laughter in inappropriate times. Great guests, good episode recap blog and good listener participation. As someone who has sampled many comedy podcasts through the years, this is by far my favorite comedy podcast…and I’m not even Canadian!

Like having two new friends that are funny.

I have no idea who Dave Shumka and Graham Clark are except now I know they are Canadian, and also comics. I downloaded their podcast on a whim. I need to listen to my whims more often. They have a style that will immediately put you at ease and make you crave the next episode. Like Graham, I find myself going out of my way to get great 'overheard' conversations from complete strangers. What a grand way to make life (and work) more interesting. If you don't like stand up comedians you will still love their show as it showcases a more conversational and I think accessible way to enjoy comedy.