Here is our list of comedy podcasts that Murph listens to on a regular basis. This list will grow as I discover more interesting podcasts. I will also attempt to answer the question: just how many podcasts can a busy person listen to, anyway? Feel free to suggest one in the comments below.
Murph’s Favorite Comedy Podcasts:
Bill Burr – Monday Morning Podcast
Massachusetts born comic Bill Burr rants about sports, relationship advice, and the Illuminati. He records the hour-long podcasts each Monday (hence the name) from his home.
Tuesdays with Stories:
Comedians Mark Normand and Joe List host this weekly podcast of funny stories. They meet every week to spin a few hilarious yarns, sometimes with comedian friends. Broadcast from the studio of Stand Up NY labs, the internet comedy arm of the club Stand Up New York.
You Made it Weird – Pete Holmes
Comic Pete Holmes hosts this weekly podcast on Chris Hardwick‘s Nerdist podcast network. Pete’s podcast are lengthy conversations with another comic, and Pete’s infectious laughter tends to crack up his guests as his guests in turn crack him up. And then they will tell you to “Keep it crispy”.
Tell Your Friends – Liam McEneaney
Tell Your Friends is a comedy show, a film, and now a podcast.
Started in January 2013, NYC based comic Liam McEneaney combines music, storytelling and comedy interviews from some of NYC’s most creative artists. Liam calls it “History’s Greatest Podcast!” tyfpodcast.tumblr.com
[To keep the podcast ad-free, the podcaster is listener supported. You can become a patron here: patreon.com/radio]
Keith and the Girl:
Keith and the Girl are podcasting pioneers Keith Malley and Chemda Khalili. They host one of the longest running comedy podcasts (since 2005). Keith and ex-girlfriend Chemda talk with comics about current events, pop culture, politics and even intimate details of our lives.
Hang Out With Me – Myq Kaplan
The cunningest of linguists, comedian Myq Kaplan now hosts his podcast on the Keith & The Girl network, (originally it was on Cool Super Cool, a Brooklyn based podcast collective). Myq has appeared on The Tonight Show, Conan and was a 5th place finisher on Last Comic Standing. Started in 2012, the podcast consists of Myq literally hanging out with a couple of fellow comics. Myq and his guests then record a bonus mini-podcast recapping the podcast. It is the fast edition, where fast stands for For A Short Time.
Marc Maron’s podcast, started in 2009, is one of the most popular comedy podcasts around. He interviews many of the biggest names in comedy and entertainment from his garage in Los Angeles. It comes out twice weekly, on Mondays and Thursdays.
We’re All Friends Here – Mark Normand & Matt Ruby
NYC-area standups Mark Normand and Matt Ruby host We’re All Friends Here, “the comedy chat show with boundary issues”. The friends in the title refers to the group of fellow NYC stand up comics that Mark & Matt get to open up about their personal lives, sex, drugs, religion, race and more. The show is now part of the The Cave Comedy Radio Podcast Network run by Long Island City’s The Creek & The Cave.
My Dumb Friends:
Each week comics Dan St. Germain and Sean Donnelly hang out with their funny friends and talk about the dumbest shit they’ve ever done.
hosted on the All Things Comedy Network:
Show Me Your Bits
Hosted by comedian Alexis Guerreros, who interviews comics about their “bits” (jokes, stories, etc) inspiration, origin, etc. and where ever that conversation leads.
The K Ohle with Kurt Braunauler
The K Ohle is a multi-format podcast hosted by comedian Kurt Braunohler. Formats include (but are not limited to): The Boat Show, PETophilia, Get Lost!, FactTime (with co-host Matt Oberg).
You Had to Be There – Nikki Glazer & Sara Schaefer
Comedy podcasters and recent MTV talks show hosts Nikkki Grazer and Sara Schaefer hosted “You Had to Be There”. They usually had one comedian as their guest, and an occasional musical guest. The vibe was very open and honest, as the hosts often reveal private and sometimes embarrassing moments from their lives.
Untitled Kondabolu Brothers Podcast – Hari & Ashok Kondabolu
The Kodabolu brothers started their podcast in December, 2012. Hari is a stand up comic and was a writer on the FX show “Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell“. Ashok, aka Dapwell, is a rapper and was the hype man for the hiphop group Das Racist. Together they casually chat about music, comedy, pop culture and growing up in NYC as the sons of immigrants.
Deep Shit with Baron Vaughn
Professional s##! talker, Baron Vaughn sits down each week with a friend or an expert (sometimes they’re the same) to talk through big life themes. Part of the All Things Comedy network.
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