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Vinyl Cafe Stories from CBC Radio: Episodes

Today on the show we’re talking about gardening and fruits of the earth.
Today on the show we celebrate Mother’s Day with a story about a woman who taught her mom how to read and with a story about Morley's relationship with her son Sam.
Originally broadcast: May 13th, 2013
Sam’s friend Murphy celebrates his Bar Mitzvah.
Originally broadcast September 23rd, 2012
Sam's friend Murphy starts a stamp collection.
Originally broadcast: March 30th, 2014
Dave buys a sensory deprivation tank, a "float tank" but he is too scared to try it out – so he sends his pal Kenny Wong in to test it out for him.
Join host Stuart McLean and special musical guest Ron Hynes from Saint John, New Brunswick.
Originally broadcast: November 13th, 2013
Dave's elderly neighbours Eugene and Maria are slowing down, and Dave struggles to decide whether he should alert their son Tony about their declining state.
Originally broadcast: April 19th, 2014
Join host Stuart McLean and special musical guests Said the Whale from Chilliwack,British Columbia.
Dave takes Mary Turlington's car through a car wash. Originally broadcast: April 29, 2012
Sam and his class take a trip to Quebec City.
When Dave and his little sister Annie find a stray dog stranded on a chunk of ice in the river, they hatch a rescue plan to save the dog.
Originally broadcast: March 24th, 2012
Stephanie reluctantly brings her father, Dave, along with her on a yoga retreat.
Originally broadcast: April 27th, 2013
Sam's friend Murphy realizes he doesn't have a signature - doesn't, in fact, know how to write in cursive. So he sets off to create the perfect signature.
After Dave's childhood baseball coach, Art Gillepsie, passes away, Dave receives a letter from his widow telling him about how love lingers on, even after you think it is gone.
Originally broadcast: February 13th, 2010
Stuart tells a story about a forgotten game of hockey that many in Dave’s hometown of Big Narrows, Cape Breton consider to be the greatest game of hockey ever played.
Originally broadcast: February 15th, 2014
After seeing an advertisement for a mail-order educational program, Sam decides that he is gifted and embarks on an onerous course of self-improvement.
When Dave’s entire family and neighbourhood get the flu, Dave’s hypochondria reaches new heights.
Originally broadcast: March 17th, 2013
On a snowy winter weekend, Dave’s neighbour Jim Scofield tells him about the greatest toboggan run of all time.
Originally broadcast: February 17th, 2013
Today on the show we’re talking about, well, talking. Stuart tells us about his pronunciation problems, we have a story exchange about language, and we have a story about Dave and public speaking.
We’re talking about resolutions today on the show, including the time that Stuart resolved to drink the mythical 8 cups of water a day.
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