Where is Dave from Vinyl Cafe?

Where is Dave from Vinyl Cafe?

Toronto
A major feature of many of McLean’s shows were the “Dave and Morley Stories”, which featured a fictional Toronto family. The name “Vinyl Cafe” referred both to the show’s musical content and the fictional record shop owned by McLean’s character Dave.

Are Vinyl Cafe stories true?

The centrepiece of the show was the fictional stories that Stuart wrote. The stories were about Dave, a fictional character who ran a record store called, you guessed it, the Vinyl Cafe. The stories orbited the world of Dave; his wife, Morley; and their two kids, Sam and Stephanie.

Who wrote the Vinyl Cafe stories?

Stuart McLean
Stories from the Vinyl Cafe/Authors
STUART McLEAN was a bestselling author, award-winning journalist and humorist, and host of the CBC Radio program The Vinyl Cafe. McLean was awarded the Canadian Authors Association Jubilee Award in 2004. He is also a three-time winner of the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour.

When did the Vinyl Cafe start?

1994-2016
The Vinyl Cafe aired weekly on CBC Radio, on select public radio stations in the United States, and via podcast. The radio show was written and hosted by the late Stuart McLean and featured stories, essays and music, often recorded at live concerts from across Canada and the US. It was on the air from 1994-2016.

Where can I listen to the Vinyl Cafe?

CBC
Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean | Live Radio | CBC Listen.

Is the Vinyl Cafe on Spotify?

Vinyl Cafe: 25 Years, Volume I: Dave & Morley Stories – Album by Stuart McLean | Spotify.

How do I download CBC App listen?

The good news is CBC Podcasts are available for download and offline listening. Simply select a podcast episode and tap on the Download (downward arrow icon). To access, downloaded CBC Podcasts, tap on the profile icon (user silhouette) at the top right corner of the app.

Is the CBC News app free?

CBC Gem is available for free as an App for iOS, tvOS, Fire TV, Android TV, and Android phones and tablets. A premium membership is also available for $4.99 per month, which provides access to a live stream of CBC News Network, ad-free video on demand content, and early access to CBC Gem exclusive content.

What frequency is CBC?

CBC Channels and Frequencies

CBC Radio One
Banff 96.3 FM Bonnyville 92.9 FM Calgary 1010 AM
Calgary 99.1 FM Chateh 103.5 FM Coutts/Milk River 90.9 FM
Crowsnest Pass 102.3 FM Edmonton 740 AM Edmonton 93.9 FM
Edson 95.3 FM Etzikom 92.1 FM Exshaw 100.7 FM

What happened CBC Radio 2?

On February 6, 2018, the CBC announced that Radio 2 would be rebranded as CBC Music, aligning with the branding of the corporation’s music website and digital audio service (discussed below).

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Who is the host of the Vinyl Cafe?

Back by popular demand: CBC presents the Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean! Featuring Canada’s favourite storyteller, the late Stuart McLean, the Vinyl Cafe is a blend of stories, essays and music, recorded at live concerts across Canada.

Who are the characters in home from the Vinyl Cafe?

Meet his pal, Kenny Wong, who runs Wong’s Scottish Meat Pies. Meet Dave’s wife and their children. Watch while they all bump and stumble through a hilarious year of mistakes, miscues, misunderstandings, and muddle.

Who is Stuart McLean of the Vinyl Cafe?

Featuring Canada’s favourite storyteller, the late Stuart McLean, the Vinyl Cafe is a blend of stories, essays and music, recorded at live concerts across Canada. McLean’s hilarious stories are about Dave, owner of a second-hand record store, and assorted family, friends and neighbours. Available for a limited time.

When is the Vinyl Cafe on CBC Radio?

We’re delighted to be back on CBC Radio this summer for a 10-week season, starting June 30th. Each Vinyl Cafe episode will air Wednesday evenings at 11pm and Sunday mornings at 11am (your local time, half an hour later in Newfoundland and Labrador). Episodes will also be available by podcast from CBC Listen (or wherever you get your podcasts).