The best of Marc Maron’s WTF interviews in book form, “Waiting for the Punch”
If trying to catch up on 800+ episodes of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast seems like too much of a hill to climb, or you just want to fast-forward to the best parts and look at them whenever you want, then you’re in luck. Maron announced he’s excerpting dialogues with the likes of Br... [Read More]
The best of Marc Maron’s WTF interviews in book form, “Waiting for the Punch”
If trying to catch up on 800+ episodes of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast seems like too much of a hill to climb, or you just want to fast-forward to the best parts and look at them whenever you want, then you’re in luck. Maron announced he’s excerpting dialogues with the likes of Br... [Read More]
Norman Lear’s Podcast ‘All of the Above’ Premieres Next Week
Veteran television writer, producer, director, and series creator Norman Lear is launching his own podcast next week. According to Deadline, Lear has signed on to host a weekly podcast for PodcastOne called All of the Above with Norman Lear, which will feature cohost Pail Hipp and “cover topic... [Read More]
A Recommendation: ‘Cosmic Bowl’ from ‘The Flop House’
I will concede upfront that I am a soft touch for Cosmic Bowl, the maiden entry in what will hopefully be an ongoing series of horror-anthology comic books from Dan McCoy, Stuart Wellington, and Elliott Kalan of beloved bad-film podcast The Flop House, because it combines three of my favorite t... [Read More]
Marc Maron’s Book ‘Waiting for the Punch’ Is Out in October
Marc Maron has written a book rounding up some of his most memorable WTF interviews, and it now has a release date. Maron announced today that the book, titled Waiting for the Punch: Words to Live by from the WTF Podcast, will hit bookstores on October 10th, and it’s currently availa... [Read More]
Episode #148: Vir Das
Americans may know Aziz Ansari, Hari Kondabolu or Russell Peters, but Vir Das is the biggest Indian-born comedian and Bollywood actor back home, where he hosted up to four shows at once on Indian television. Das first came to America for college, and he’s back now on an American tour promoting... [Read More]
Episode #148: Vir Das
Americans may know Aziz Ansari, Hari Kondabolu or Russell Peters, but Vir Das is the biggest Indian-born comedian and Bollywood actor back home, where he hosted up to four shows at once on Indian television. Das first came to America for college, and he’s back now on an American tour promoting... [Read More]
This Week in Comedy Podcasts: Alison Rosen and Greg Fitzsimmons Team Up
The comedy podcast universe is ever expanding, not unlike the universe universe. We’re here to make it a bit smaller, a bit more manageable. There are a lot of great shows and each has a lot of great episodes, so we want to highlight the exceptional, the noteworthy. Each week our crack team of... [Read More]
The Laugh Button Podcast #117: Jim Tews was in band
Matt and Bram are joined by Nick DeSimone on the podcast this week as they learn all about his secret… MORE The Laugh Button Podcast #117: Jim Tews was in band appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Audible launches Lewis Black exclusive podcast, “The Rant is Due”
Lewis Black has been known and renowned for his ability to make you laugh out loud from his ranting. And over the past year or two, Black has tapped into interactive technology to allow his fans on tour to put in their requests for onstage rants. Now Audible has assembled the best of Black’s r... [Read More]