Pete invites some of the Dutch Hall regulars to get together for what passes for a party now-a-days!
Still technically a hiatus show, the Dutch Hall gang get back together to write some music and shoot the breeze. We talk Coronavirus, pipeline lines, knife forging, hack on the Germans and play a game to determine whether or not lesbians have accents.
Pete welcomes a Live From the Dutch Hall regular, Manny Feijo, to the booth. They talk what its like to look for work as a middle aged man, how much crap we will put up with and really just have a nice chat. Manny is one of the most honest and open people I know, and he has a big announcement!
Pete calls Steve into the booth to record an update for the listeners, to bring them up to speed on what's happening during our Hiatus. Spoiler Alert - F All. So Pete gathers together the Holy Trinity of PNS and takes them on a tropical retreat to figure out this new show!
This is the first pilot for new shows we are working on here at Spiky Ball Studios. In this first episode of Backstage with Pete Van Dyk, Pete sits down with film maker, producer, writer, comedian and actor, Brandon MacIntosh to discuss the more than 21 different occupations he has had in his very eclectic life. We do this in search of a job that doesn't suck.
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Six years ago to the day, we started something for no reason and kept doing it every week until it became something and tonight is the last show of its kind. Thanks to everyone who has ever supported us in any way and stay tuned ... You ain't seen nothing yet!
The Dutch Hall welcomes comedian and oldest person we could find, Jimmy England to do our show. We talk comedy, sex, and tell jokes no one likes but us. And we pay tribute to our dearly missed friend on his birthday.
Michael Bouw makes his triumphant return to Live From the Dutch Hall but has to answer for his 3 missed weeks or face being exiled from the show. Is his excuse enough to save his place as Band Leader of the Greatest Band in Canadian Late Night history, the Nocturnal Emissions. Listen and find out.
Huge announcement about the future of the show to start the show, then Wally and Shanell Warwick come in to talk about the intimate details of their relationship, then we end the show with a NotSo Newlywed Game which welcomes the return of host Flap Wilson.