Kevin Godbee
Thank you for joining us for The Pipes Magazine Radio Show—the only radio talk show for pipe smokers and collectors. We broadcast weekly, every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern USA time and are available on nearly all podcast sites and apps. Listen on your computer, tablet, phone and even in the car! Our featured interview tonight is with pipe maker, and repairman, Bob Clark. Bob owns Clark Pipe Repair in Warren Rhode Island, and also makes the Elijah Cole brand of pipes. He was a commercial fisherman for 25-years prior. His pipe shapes are the classic English styles, and are all oil-cured. In Pipe Parts, Brian will give his report on last weekend’s Chicago pipe show. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

Tonight’s show is sponsored by SmokingPipes.com, Cornell & Diehl, Missouri Meerschaum, and Savinelli Pipes and Tobaccos. Please give them some consideration when making your next pipe or tobacco purchase.

We hope you enjoy our 1-hour show produced just for you—the pipe smoker and collector. The following link will launch a pop-up player. Alternatively, you can download the show in iTunes and other podcast sites and apps after the initial broadcast is complete here.

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2 Responses to “The Pipes Magazine Radio Show - Episode 347”

  1. kcghost said:

    It drives me crazy when I ask someone how the Chicago was and i get a “It was good”. And that’s it. Apparently they didn’t see anyone or do anything.It’s really amazing,
    Bob was a good interview. Bob (”I can make one cheaper than that”) Clark really described the substantial start up costs that beginning carvers face. They are rather daunting when you look at it.
    You did the right thing with with Thrifty/Budget on the rental. You’d be better off
    thumbing your way out there than renting a car from them.

  2. newbroom said:

    This was one of the best shows ever. Bob is rich with stories of successes and failures that he tells with great humility, chagrin, and humor.
    I am happy that he’s found a competitive niche in the pipe community that enables him to care for his family and enjoy his work.
    The music?…well, thanks for exposing me to something I had never heard. It was certainly interesting.

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