Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 367

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 367

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 367! Our featured interview tonight is with Canadian pipe maker Michael Parks. Michael has been making pipes for nearly 20-years. He was actually the very first interview on the show 7-years ago on September 27, 2012. We’ll have an interesting conversation on how his pipe making has evolved over that time. In the Pipe Parts segment, we will have “Ask the Pipe Maker” with Jeff Gracik. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Pipe Maker Michael Parks

Pipe Maker Michael Parks


The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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5 Responses

  • Hi Brian, Jeff Gracek and Michael Parks in the same episode: Home Run. I for one would love to hear you and Jeff go at it about fills. Someday maybe I’ll be able to get hold of a Parks pipe. Maybe for my 75th birthday, some year away. I loved the Bing Crosby. I think he could sing the phone book and I would love it. Congratulations on 7 years. I look forward to hearing from Michael again 7 years from now.

  • Didn’t care for the show because of your guest. I don’t think we need to admire someone who back out on deals with the drivel “that’s my policy”.
    Greatly enjoyed hearing you on the Country Squire Wednesday. It was a good show with a lot of rollicking banter between yourself and Bo York.

  • Is it possible to get an index of past shows and guest/topics? It would really be helpful. It would also be nice not to have to scroll backwards.