Madge and Dave get to the bottom of what's bothering them so it can bother you too. Download on the latest weekly pop culture annoyances, feel Madge and Dave's pain as they unload on their own family and life challenges, and overload on hilarity.
By Madge and Dave
NYC comedian Liam McEneaney hosts this weekly audio magazine, bringing you the best the city's culture has to offer. Every week brings you readings, musical performances, storytelling, and interviews with comedians, writers, and musicians. PRAISE FOR "TELL YOUR FRIENDS! THE ONLY PODCAST THAT MATTERS!" SPLITSIDER: "More of a magazine-style show than a straight comic-on-comic interview, the podcast also features a fantastic story by Bob Powers and a bizarre moment with Stacey Nightmare.... Tell Your Friends! has a more polished feel than the average podcast, tightly edited with jingles and commercials that you won’t need to skip through. Upcoming episodes include interviews with singer/songwriter Mike Doughty, Totally Biased's W. Kamau Bell, and SNL writer Bryan Tucker." THE AV CLUB says, "Like Comedy Bang Bang!, Liam McEneaney’s Tell Your Friends! The Only Podcast That Matters! is based on a popular live comedy show and features a comedian host talking to other comedians; but that’s where the similarities end. Instead of the absurdist audio vaudeville of Scott Aukerman’s podcast, Tell Your Friends favors a genteel, literary tone that evokes the soothing storytelling of Ira Glass and This American Life more than the comedy-podcast template of comedians gabbing with other comedians about comedy stuff. Tell Your Friends combines charming literary vignettes from both its host and his friends—the most memorable of which involves the larger existential and philosophical ramifications of swapping pens with Bob Dylan—with entertaining interviews with comedians Eddie Pepitone and W. Kamau Bell and musician Mike Doughty, who plays a song he claims was rejected from the Twilight soundtrack. McEneaney’s curiosity and affection for people and their fascinating imperfections comes through in both his stories and interviews. Tell Your Friends has a cozy, nicely lived-in feel. It’s easy to imagine McEneaney—whose career recently got a boost when he appeared on WTF and A Special Thing released a terrific, star-studded Tell Your Friends! concert film on DVD and VOD—hosting in a comfy cardigan while sipping from a mug of cocoa in a book-lined apartment. Not everything on the podcast works, but its likeability and gentleness go a long way, and McEneaney’s willingness to playfully tweak the podcast form bodes well for its future. "
By Liam McEneaney
The quantum questions podcast was created to encourage, promote and develop open minded thinking, and delve into topics that others may feel controversial, such as conspiracy theories, aliens and topics that effect society as a whole. The basis for every episode will be a question, which we will then discuss, with a good dose of humour along the way and heated debates. Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/quantumquestions?fref=ts
By Sadik Andrei Shehu
Writer and comedian Daniel Ruiz Tizon, a man on his fifth nose and former co-creator/presenter of "Please Don't Hug Me" recorded in the Pimlico hotel he lived in back in 2010, is, he’d like the world to know, Available, and every Monday dissects the minutiae of everyday life in Daniel Ruiz Tizon is Available. And do remember, Daniel Ruiz Tizon is Available. He is so available. Out every Monday. Follow the show on Twitter @1607WestEgg And please make a donation to the show via the blog www.1607westegg.wordpress.com
By 16-07 West Egg Productions