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Mar 29, 2021

The WSL circus is back with the Rip Curl Newcastle Pro kicking off the Aussie Quaddie of events this week.

Jimmy, Cahill and Harry ponder whether it's better to be hot or cold coming into the first event, who's going to catch Italo, Gabs and JJF and how Harry came to eat so many Chiko Rolls.

Plus we are joined by Newcastle wildcard, local lad Jacko Baker to chat Newy culture, his thoughts on the event and his Hawaiian nightmare moment.

It's surf banter and bullshit, fuelled as always by Salt Lager, illuminated by Dragon and presented by Rip Curl.

Feb 16, 2021

Sean Doherty joins us to chat taking over Surfing World and how surf media is (and is being forced to) changing.

We also chat the WSL, Stab premium and why he lost 100 Instagram followers last week.

All this and more from one of our favourite guests.

Feb 7, 2021

This episode was recorded as part of the URBNSURF Conversations series, a members only webinar series conducted during the 2020 Victorian lockdown.

Dr Dave Jenkins is the founder of SurfAid.

SurfAid's mission is to improve the lives of women and children in remote areas connected to us through surfing.

In this conversation Dave chat's about the transformative surf he had at Lance's that changed his life's direction, standing in pits getting bitten by mosquitoes in the name of research and what the lessons learned by SurfAid tell us about our current health crisis.

SurfAid does amazing, measurably effective work and you can support or find out more at surfaid.org

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