Support For This Podcast is a soon to be award-winning show featuring unbelievably important people discussing super relevant topics, interviewed by a humble and incredibly gifted soon to be award-winning interviewer named Emily Amy Lauren Becca. It’s also an improvised satirical podcast. (“Improv”, for those unfamiliar, is a writing technique that is short for, “a great way to take credit for other people’s creativity".) From the demented, yet loving minds of Jessica Fontana (@iamjessfontana) and Ryan Langer (@udimsumulosesum) comes Support For This Podcast: a podcast for people who’s love language is insightful mocking that comes from the heart.
By Emily Amy Lauren Becca
The gig's just finished and comedian Dave O’Neil drives a comedian friend home, reflecting on the highs and lows of doing stand up comedy. You’ll be transported to Dave’s station wagon as he drives home from comedy gigs and debriefs with other comics about that night’s triumphs and disasters. Produced by Nearly. www.nearly.com.au/thedebrief
Part of ComedyClassics.org . This interactive live podcast is for fans of classic comedy of movies, old time radio, and TV. Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, Laurel and Hardy, Marx Brothers, Three Stooges, Abbott and Costello, Martin and Lewis, and the Smothers Brothers are just some of the comedians we discuss. During the live show, you can listen live, call in, or join the chatroom to take part. Show is available to download shortly after the show ends.
By Kim Andrews
Do you like laughing? Hard rocking music? A little bit of geekiness? Bernie is your man. He's over 40, married, has two kids, and a new job in technology. A weekly half hour featuring new podsafe music interspersed with chuckles, groans, and belly laughs.
By Bernie RA
The Incurable Allure of Carrots combines original music (of all shapes and sizes), spoken word prose and poetry, strangeley competant narrators, and absurdist humor, to form a kind of â€œPerformance Variety Showâ€ that cannot really be put to words. Written, mixed, performed, and produced by Aaron Philips, each episode begins with a new riff he plays on the tuba. The show is hosted by three individual narrators, and is absurdly humorous. If you enjoy the strange, offbeat, zany, weird, and chemically unbalanced, The Incurable Allure of Carrots is for you.
By Aaron Philips and The Incurable Workshop
Music and comedy skits to help overcome life's little frustrations and headaches. Laughter is a great healer and music can really soothe the soul. Try a dosage of comedy and musical daydreaming to escape your problems - there's no drowsy side effects involved. There's no profanity in the show or lyrics of the songs. Also, check out my Science on the Wild Side Show for news, facts, and fun and educational songs about science.
By Rick Quarles