Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. gives listeners an inside look at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Hear how correspondents, writers, and producers of the Emmy-winning series use comedy to tackle a variety of complex topics and discuss where these issues stand today. On this episode, Roy is joined by Daily Show writers X Mayo and Ashton Womack for a wide-ranging and deeply personal discussion about mental health, the Black church, the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020, and more...
Comedian Roy Wood Jr. is exploring the entertaining world of employment in his new podcast, 'Roy’s Job Fair.' Each week, Roy sits down with real people from all lines of work and chats about jobs they’ve had, vacancies they’re looking to fill, scams they’ve run at the office, and even a few cringe-worthy office romances. Join Roy on a hilarious climb through this fascinating and entertaining window into the human condition...
Jim Jefferies has a new podcast. Search for "I Don't Know About That with Jim Jefferies" and subscribe now.
In this introduction, Jim Jefferies, Forrest Shaw, and Kelly Blackheart explain the theme of the show.
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Introducing "Stand-Up w/ Tom Thakkar," a weekly stand-up listening party featuring some of the greatest stand-up of all time, from classic bits out of Comedy Central’s library to jokes that were written the same week you hear them.
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Introducing Everyday Decisions with Jo Firestone, a new comedy interview podcast about the routines, rituals and decisions – both big and small – that help the most interesting people get through their everyday. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts or search for "Everyday Decisions with Jo Firestone” to listen now.
Introducing The Daily Show Podcast Universe, a five-episode miniseries, each episode a parody of a popular podcast or podcast genre. Subscribe HERE or search for "The Daily Show Podcast Universe" to hear them all.
In this episode listen to These American Lies, hosted by Desi Lydic and Michael Kosta, where they explore President Trump's claim that 3-5 million people voted illegally in the 2016 presidential election. It's sure to be the talk of your next Upper West Side dinner party.