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Dirty Water: The BeachGrit Podcast featuring Chas Smith and Derek Rielly
Jun 26, 2020
Dirty Water #17 - Featuring Jeremy Flores
Play • 1 hr 38 min
Derek talks with 2 x Pipe Master and 14 year World-Tour veteran, Jeremy Flores.
More episodes from Dirty Water: The BeachGrit Podcast featuring Chas Smith and Derek Rielly
Jun 16, 2022
World champ Barton Lynch on being outed as a "commie", living on "stolen land" and the wild viral success of his Karl Marx beard “It was the most thoughtful and deliberate conversation I've ever had!"
Rarely do I get as much pleasure as when the telephone connects to the 1988 world champion Barton Lynch, who cinched his title at perfect eight-to-twelve-foot Pipeline but is now more famous for his oratorical gymkhanas on WSL broadcasts. A few days ago, BeachGrit outed Barton as a filthy communist bastard, which you can read here, and which was swiftly refuted, here. A very good time to pick up the telephone, I figured. And, reader, I do wish this was a video broadcast, just so you could see the way his three-month beard twitches and his body quivers with excitement when points are made. You may not always, or ever, agree with Barton, but he makes for great company. And, it’s a pantomime I was thrilled to be a part of. – Derek Rielly
May 3, 2022
Former rookie of the year Ryan Callinan, sacrificed on altar of mid-tour cut, on the “weight of prophecy” and the pain of “fading into nothingness”!
In this episode of Dirty Water, Newcastle surfer Ryan Callinan talks about the mid-tour cut, and his opinion will surprise – he digs it!
Apr 27, 2022
Grajagan pioneer Peter McCabe on running kilos of Bolivian cocaine, raising hell into his sixties and being “bent over” by yoga queen Gerry Lopez!
A thrill, this episode, to feature the Australian goofyfooter and shaper Peter McCabe, one of the pioneers of surfing in Indonesia, including G-Land with his yoga queen pal Gez Lopez. McCabe also talks about the drug-running episode, moving a keg of pure Bolivian ether-washed coke that led to his imprisonment on a Pacific Island for a year and a half, that featured in the still never-released documentary Sea of Darkness.