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A twice weekly podcast hosted by award-winning interviewer and everyone's new best friend Alison Rosen. Mondays are one-on-ones featuring surprisingly honest conversations that are equal parts silly, serious and revelatory. Thursdays are roundtable group shows. You will laugh, think, and feel less alone. (Unless you don't feel alone at all in which case, congrats! You've done it!) Support the show on Patreon. Sign up for a year and get two months free. Patreon.com/alisonrosen
 
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Wendy Molyneux is here but she isn't wearing her traditional ghillie suit, to Daniel's chagrin. Sarah Baker is here with her chainsaws and fun facts. Both Wendy and Sarah have medical stories to share which prompts me to talk about my recent very minor procedure even though I am tempted not to talk about it. But the people demand to know the status…
 
This week our panel is joined from beautiful Barcelona by eco-socialist in exile Saoirse McHugh. We swap stories about lessons from Spanish city planning before diving in to real talk about peat extraction, FF & FG's political theatre of pretending to care about small farmers and the Covid fourth wave. An impromptu debate on the slogan of system ch…
 
Writer and podcast host Danielle Koenig stops by the show to talk about whether she knows bad boy Tony Thaxton or not, her new podcast How To Survive, being an "unattractive" child in Hollywood, growing up in a showbiz family, the natural and unnatural disasters that her new podcast covers, writing comedy for TV, how she met her husband Jimmy Pardo…
 
Daniel was salutatorian in high school but didn't give a speech. Also the valedictorian didn't give a speech or even attend the graduation because his high school was, as we find out, cruel. Ken Reid wanted his high school to have a maledictorian. Renee Colvert went to Knott's Merry Farm and saw a show which raises some questions about the rapture.…
 
Can we just take a moment to celebrate our guest? New Girl's Max Greenfield joins Biz to talk about his new anti-reading (?) book, I Don't Want To Read This Book! Plus, Biz is thankful. Get your copy of I Don't Want To Read This Book by Max Greenfield and Mike Lowery wherever books are sold. Follow Max on Twitter @iamgreenfield. Check out Theresa’s…
 
Diarmuid and Michael return to welcome back Corner Späti's own Ciarán Dold to the podcast. Ciarán joins us again to discuss the recent events in Berlin in relation to a September referendum in which over 1 million Berliners voted to socialise near two hundred forty thousand apartments in the German capital. Ciarán also gives a sense of how this ref…
 
Theme park journalist and host of Very Amusing, Carlye Wisel (Travel and Leisure, Vanity Fair, The New York Times) joins the show to talk about an alternate reality where she's driving a weiner mobile, her sponcon past, having toggled between writing and working in the music industry, putting on a likely illegal show in Austin, accessing joy, nacho…
 
Let's get those wiggles un-wiggled! Dr. Reema Naim, author of the Adventures of the Sensokids, sits down with Biz to talk senses and sensibility. Plus, Biz finds herself alone! Get your copy of Adventures of the Sensokids: I've Got The Wiggles wherever books are sold. Watch the Sensokids Youtube videos at OT Studios. Check out Theresa’s book! It Fe…
 
Actor, author, podcast host and mom Jodie Sweetin (Full House, Fuller House, Never Thought I'd Say This) joins the show to talk about her upcoming late night debut, hosting Your Late Night Show Tonight on Nov 19, returning to acting after years as a "regular person," talking publicly about recovery while still using and the scene in her memoir wher…
 
Dave Theune is here for the first time! Jackie Johnson is back and she gives us an office tour. I have a couple announcements to make and Daniel wants to know if Skidmark is a real band. Plus nutritional yeast, Succession, Dave's selfless fun facts, some skincare tips for straight dudes and more. Products I Use/Recommend/Love: http://amazon.com/sho…
 
You know what they say: People in glass houses shouldn't throw milestones. Doree Shafrir returns to talk about measuring one's expectations, "going back to your old self," and turning essays into memoirs. Plus, Biz nailed Halloween! Get your copy of Doree's memoir, Thanks For Waiting: The Joy (& Weirdness) of Being a Late Bloomer, wherever books ar…
 
This week we are joined by People Before Profit activist, and RTE award-nominated musician, Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin to discuss the Cop 26 climate summit. We also talk to Eoghan about the protests he has organised about the slow death of cultural spaces in Dublin with the Cobblestone, Merchant's Arch, Chapters & Science Gallery all on the chopping bloc…
 
Comic, writer and director Bobcat Goldthwait is back to talk about Joy Ride, the documentary following him and his now friend, former frenemy Dana Gould as they perform together across the U.S. We talk about his recent comments about cancel culture going viral, the occasional choice to weigh in on issues, whether he gets a thrill from "gutting a ro…
 
Greg, Jenna, Al, Jeff, Daniel, and Tony ALL ON ONE EPISODE? It's less chaotic and more heartwarming than it sounds. Greg has some questions about who is responsible for making sure children don't take fist fulls of Halloween candy (the parents or the candy giver) and I want to get to the bottom of Krackel. Jenna has some Butterfinger thoughts and I…
 
Public radio personality, podcaster and author John Moe (Wits, Hilarious World of Depression, The Depresh Mode), joins the show to discuss his decision to talk openly about mental health, shifting from a public radio voice to his own voice and how it coincided with success, battling depression, Gen X's fear of being vaporized in an inevitable nucle…
 
Wendy Molyneux and Dave Huntsberger are here for a special spooky episode where we learn Wendy has been cavorting with a certain husband of mine but she has her reasons! Also I take compliments very, very well and we discuss what that even means. We revisit the shuffling debacle and Dave enlightens us about shoeing horses. Plus a gorilla challenge …
 
We're all good on amontillado, thanks! Biz sits down in the spooky parlor with author Catherine Baab-Muguira to talk about the healing power of... Edgar Allan Poe? Plus, Biz gets in the Halloween Spirit! Get your copy of Catherine Baab-Muguira's book, Poe for Your Problems: Uncommon Advice from History's Least Likely Self-Help Guru, wherever books …
 
Criminal charges ARE on the table in Alec Baldwin shooting case, say prosecutors - as it emerges crew were using actor's gun to shoot cans with live ammo just HOURS before tragic death on set Criminal charges are on the table in fatal accidental shooting by actor Alec Baldwin on set of a western film Legal documents revealed Baldwin was pointing gu…
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux advances the radical notion that narcissism may have aspects of a philosophical disorder – to reject the evidence of the senses is to reject the evidence of other human beings, and end up focusing mostly, if not solely, on your own internal experiences. www.freedomain.comBy Stefan Molyneux
 
This bank holiday weekend we take a break and re-run one of our favourite interviews, discussing ecosocialism with Jess Spear and John Moluneux. With the major Cop 26 climate conference coming up, and protests across the country and globe on November 6th, we thought this was a good time to revisit some of these issues. For info on the Cop26 demos i…
 
Producer and writer Greg Heller returns to tell me about the podcast he claims is going to crush mine. He's been saying this for months now and sending me gifs of cans getting crushed. It's called Close to Death and debuts Oct 27. Greg hosts the first and last episodes of the six episode series, each of which explores an aspect of death. We talk ab…
 
Philosopher Stefan Molyneux rebuts an argument against his secular theory of ethics called Universally Preferable Behaviour - and engages in a deep and ferocious argument with a listener about the validity of the senses, and the relationship between quantum physics and philosophical morality. www.freedomain.com…
 
Horrifying new revelations are emerging from the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's latest movie... ACCIDENTS ARE RARELY ACCIDENTS! Crew member in charge of prop gun that killed cinematographer was a 'replacement brought in after workers walked off set of Rust' following row about conditions and 'two misfires' days before tragedy: Alec Bal…
 
Horrifying new revelations are emerging from the fatal shooting on the set of Alec Baldwin's latest movie... ACCIDENTS ARE RARELY ACCIDENTS! 'I wasn't sure if I was ready': The 24-year-old armorer who had doubts before being put in charge of guns on Alec Baldwin film set where he shot cinematographer dead - after some crew walked out over safety Ar…
 
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