Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 472

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 472

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 472! Our featured interview tonight is with Belgian pipe maker Bruno Nuttens. Bruno lives in France, and started in the pipe world doing restorations. He was first mentored by pipe maker Pierre Morel, who also helped him acquire specialized pipe making tools and equipment. In 2019, Tom Eltang invited Bruno for a week in his workshop to learn other techniques with him. At the top of the show, Brian will re-evaluate traveling with pipes based on how many days he’s gone for his current travels. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Pipe Maker Bruno Nuttens
Pipe Maker Bruno Nuttens


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

  • I really enjoyed the interesting and informative conversation with Bruno.
    The song by Maurice was fun. I hadn’t heard it in 50 years!
    If you aren’t careful in Greece and Italy, you too may get addicted to the fabulous food.
    Your well fed friend,
    Constantine Aristides Argyropoulos [I](My friends call me Dino)[/I]

  • You sure put in a lot of thought on packing pipes for a trip. I couldn’t blame you for taking four disposable lighters with you. With all the self appointed arbiters of the laws out there you don’t have much choice. It has always amazed me the the people with the least amount of authority in these things get to make all decisions in things like this and they speak as if they were the pope.
    Bruno was a fairly good interview but I must admit I had some difficulty in understanding him. He pipes are quite good looking and I wish him well.
    Maurice Chevalier was an extremely talented man who lasted in show business an incredibly long time. The song was kind of charming.
    Good to hear you had some positive experience with the Disney Market Manager. Let’s hope something good comes of it.