Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 371

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Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 371! Our featured interviews tonight include Chuck Stanion, Matthew McCranie, and two others from Richmond at the 2019 Pipe Smokers Gathering. It’s an indoor / outdoor show with people from all over the U.S., which includes a Sutliff factory tour, tobacco blending seminars, a cookout, and of course, lots of tables of pipes and tobacco. In Pipe Parts, Brian will talk about the pending closing of the Lane Limited tobacco factory in Tucker, GA, and a champagne tobacco. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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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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2 Responses

  • Happy Birthday Brian! Another great show. I enjoyed the next helping of interviews from the Corps/Sutcliff show…but I think I’ve had enough.:) The music was terrible, but somehow fascinating and the rant/rave was interesting despite the obvious fact that styrofoam is a menace. Cheers, Ira

  • Really good show!! Chuck Stanion was his usual quirky charming self. I’ve greatly enjoyed his writings at smokingpipes. He’s a real treasure, but we’d be a better off with him at P&T, if that was possible. Matthew MacRainie had a number of interesting things to say. On the Country Squire they had the VP of Sales & Marketing (Worzel) on and he said that nothing would change for the consumer. Yeah, I didn’t believe either.
    Music was somewhat interesting, but I must admit the Nightmare Before Christmas is one of my favorite holiday movies.