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by Stuart McLean

ePub Vinyl Cafe Stories download
Stuart McLean
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC Audio) (June 2005)
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Andrew Stuart McLean, OC (April 19, 1948 – February 15, 2017) was a Canadian radio broadcaster, humorist, monologist, and author, best known as the host of the CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe.

Andrew Stuart McLean, OC (April 19, 1948 – February 15, 2017) was a Canadian radio broadcaster, humorist, monologist, and author, best known as the host of the CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe.

In Stories From the Vinyl Café, Stuart McLean has presented a picture of Canadian life, culture and values that will recall Garrison Keillor's successful portrayal of life in small town America in "Lake Wobegon Days". There's no thread or plot to speak of - only a randomly collected grouping of fictional short stories that are brilliantly distilled from McLean's singularly astute observations of Canadian people as a skilled journalist.

Vinyl Cafe Unplugged (Vinyl Cafe, by. Stuart McLean. Home From The Vinyl Cafe: A Year Of Stories (Vinyl Cafe, by.

Vinyl Cafe Unplugged. Home from the Vinyl Cafe. Christmas at the Vinyl Cafe. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the segment, Stuart and his long-time radio producer, Jess Milton, have collected their favourites. The result is a wise, wonderful anthology of stories about rituals and romance, road trips and guitar licks, Saturday-night hockey games and Sunday morning pancakes.

The stories in this collection were previously published. by Penguin Canada in either Stories from the Vinyl Cafe

Simon & schuster. New york london toronto sydney. The stories in this collection were previously published. SIMON & SCHUSTER and colophon. are registered trademarks of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

The Vinyl Cafe was a radio show heard on CBC Radio, on selected public radio stations in the United States, on Podcast, and online. The show was written and hosted by Stuart McLean and featured stories, essays and music. The Vinyl Cafe stories are about Dave, owner of a second hand record store called "The Vinyl Cafe". The stories also feature Dave's wife, Morley, their two children, Sam and Stephanie, and assorted friends and neighbours.

ABOUT STUART MCLEAN Stuart McLean was a best selling author, award-winning journalist and humorist, and host of CBC Radio program, The Vinyl Cafe. Stuart began his broadcasting career making radio documentaries for CBC Radio's Sunday Morning. In 1979 he won an ACTRA award for Best Radio Documentary for his contribution to the program's coverage of the Jonestown massacre. Following Sunday Morning, Stuart spent seven years as a regular columnist and guest host on CBC's Morningside

only played a few times.
  • We first heard Stuart McLean on a CD of Christmas music. We had to listen to his story 3 times straight becuase we all laughed so hard and loud we would miss parts of the story. This CD has that story, "Polly Anderson's Christmas Party." In addition, when you listen to the other stories before "Polly" then you will get some of the content of this story. Every story from beginning to end is a HOOT! We listen to his stories over and over again. They are just as good the 5th time around as they were the first. We bought all his other CD's, as well. Highly recommended!

  • I got these stories to pass the time on my hr. drive to work and it was a great way to pass the time. Just wish there had been more stories. Expensive for the amount.

  • I finally found this online...and wanted to get it simply to hear the Polly's party Christmas Tale...It is the track that doesn't to try to get another.

  • We heard Polly Anderson's Christmas Party first on a CD of Christmas music belonging to one of our college age daughters, then bought this out of curiosity. I loved it, my husband loved it, our daughters loved it, and my mother-in-law loved it. I even lent it to a co-worker who needed a good laugh and he loved it. Keep it in your car for a sure-fire mood-lifter on your way home from a hard day at the office as Dave and Morley navigate the trials of parenthood. Suitable for family listening.

  • I got hooked on the Dave stories listening to the Vinyl Cafe on the radio. I played these stories for my relatives in the car and it was an enjoyable time.