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Swanny & Friends
Hump Day with Swanny & Friends
After a debacle of a first season, Dane Swan is back to talk footy and irrelevant life issues. Mainly the latter. Host "Racetrack" Ralphy Horowitz is joined by Samantha Riches as Dane’s two regular friends talking irregular gibberish. Support this show
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Ratings & Reviews
2.9 stars from 3,406 ratings
Gone downhill a tad
Been a big fan of the podcast, but it’s getting a bit stale. Might be a harsh call, but I’d like to see Sam replaced as one of the hosts. Sam Newman, Swanny and Ralphy would be an interesting dynamic
JS-YNWA via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/21/20
Great stuff
This is my favourite podcast and my first review. I really love laughing at stupid stuff. Especially when you can’t see your mates. Thanks
leeroyf80 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/16/20
Life changing
I did not know that’s how you pronounce legume. Been saying legoom my whole life
Kenz021 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/13/20
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