#313 Nardwuar: An Oral History
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#313 Nardwuar: An Oral History
The history of Canada’s weirdest and most prolific interviewer

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Nardwuar the Human Serviette is one of the biggest media personalities to come out of Canada. He’s a prolific interviewer with a knack for shocking his guests by bringing up little-known personal details about their lives during interviews. He’s an absurd figure beloved by hip hop stars. He’s a punk from Vancouver who has 100s of millions of views on YouTube but still does his weekly community radio show. This is his story as told by the people who know him best. 

This episode is sponsored by Freshbooks and PolicyMe

February 16, 2020
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