The Best Comedy Podcasts
Comedy Podcasts Guaranteed to Make You Laugh (or Rage!)
This lens features some of the funniest podcasts I have come across during my endless search for the funniest podcasts online. Find laughs and insights every week with these free podcasts from talented comics as they rant, chat, interview and comment on the issues of the day. You can also find some great long format interviews will all sorts of guests from comedians to celebrities to visionaries.
Get to know the best comedy podcasters with these video clips, podcast links, biographies, official twitter feeds, news and live performances.
Joe Rogan Video - Comedy Routine about the Fear Factor TV Show
Joe Rogan Talking Monkeys in Space CD
Joe Rogan weaves a fantastic psychedelic rant through the first half of this performance. It's polished and delivered with exuberance. The crowd loves it, too, which makes the experience all the better. The second half of the performance is a question and answer session with the crowd that is also successful. Rogan is the master of the room here, performing a funny routine and improvising with his audience.
Adam Carolla - Live Podcast from The Irvine Improv
What can't Adam complain about? Guests include Aisha Tyler, Rep Richard Martin, Mark McGrath and Greg Fitzsimmons Funnyman Adam Carolla is known for two things: hilarious rants about things that drive him crazy and personal stories about everything from his hardscrabble childhood to his slacker friends to the hypocrisy of Hollywood.
New Adam Carolla Book - Also available as Kindle and Audiobook Formats
In his second book, Adam Carolla—author of New York Times bestseller In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks and chart-topping podcaster—reveals all the stories behind how he came to be the angry middle-aged man he is today.
Marc Maron Stand Up Routine
Marc Maron stand up comedy routine at the Cracker Festival (2008)
Marc Maron - This Has to Be Funny - Audio CD or MP3 Download
Marc Maron is easily one of the most talented comedians to emerge from this past decade. I only recently got into him, and I can't believe I hadn't noticed him sooner. Listening to Maron brings backs feelings of listening to Bill Hicks for the first time. But the one thing that Maron has over Hicks and Carlin and other great social critics of our time is that he incorporates his rage and anxiety about his personal life into his comedy in a major way. As a fellow Leftist, pissed off, anxious screw up, I can relate to this dude in a way that I don't really get with other comedians.
Chris Hardwick - Host of the Nerdist Podcast Interviewed
Comedy Books - Gift Ideas from Amazon
Comedy MP3 Dowloads
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