Marty Short, Andrea Martin, Robert Smigel and Dana Gould are featured in another hilarious program highlighting some of our favorite episodes from 2011.
Please e-mail this episode to your friends so more people can discover what is quickly becoming the funniest sketch comedy on Public Radio. Today’s broadcast was written by Ben Zelevansky, Steve Rosenfield, Ned Rice, Andrea Martin, and Ray James. Today’s show featured Martin Short, Andrea Martin Robert Smigel, Mark Thompson, Dana Gould, Stef Zamorano, Troy Conrad, and Jane Edith Wilson. Our Executive Producer is Troy Conrad. We are mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Edited by Darren Ayres. Please visit ww.DavidFeldmanComedy.com for additional material and podcasts and make sure to subscribe to our mailing list for a chance to win tickets to one of our live shows.
Paul Dooley, Paul F. Tompkins, Fred Stoller, Eddie Pepitone, Janie Haddad Tompkins Mark Thompson, Frank Conniff, Jeremy S. Kramer, Ben Zelevansky and Chris Pina. Our show is written by Steve Rosenfield, Guy Nicolucci, Ben Zelevansky, Paul Dooley, Frank Conniff, Dylan Brody, Eddie Pepitone and Karen Simmons. We are mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Edited by Darren Ayres, and our production assistant is Alicia Cordova. Our Executive Producer is Troy Conrad.
Hollywood X-Mas Parade, U.C. Davis Police Chief Annette Spicuzza, Superagent Barry Pretzelman, That’s Not Funny and Dooley Noted. With Paul Dooley, Rick Overton, Eddie Pepitone, Frank Conniff, Judy Gold, Chris Pina, Janie Haddad Tompkins, Jeremy Kramer and the Music of Will Ryan. Written by Steve Rosenfield, Frank Conniff, Guy Nicolucci, Judy Gold and Ben Zelevansky. Originally broadcast on Pacifica Radio December 2, 1011.
Paul Dooley, Jeremy Kramer, Rick Overton, Chris Pina, Janie Haddad Tompkins, and Robin Williams. Musical Guest Will Ryan And The Cactus County Cowboys. Written by Dylan Brody, Frank Conniff, Ray James, Guy Nicolucci, Steve Rosenfield, Robert Smigel, and Ben Zelevansky. Executive Producer is Troy Conrad. Mixed and engineered by Alex Steen. Edited by Darren Ayres, our production assistant is Alicia Cordova. Special thanks to Rebecca Erwin Spencer, David Steinberg, Alan Minsky, Ali Lexa , Matt Perez and Jimmy Dore. Originally Broadcast on Pacifica Radio November 18, 2011.
Brendon Burns’ television career began, alongside Sacha Baron Cohen and Ricky Gervais, as a performer on Channel 4’s late-night spontaneous comedy show The Eleven O’Clock Show. He has subsequently appeared as a presenter on the ITV show I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, and as the conductor of masterclasses in stand-up (again on ITV).
Burns appeared on ITV2’s Comedy Cuts. Brendon won the if.comedy award for his show So I Suppose This Is Offensive Now at the 2007 Edinburgh Festival Fringe Also at the 2007 Fringe, Brendon Burns appeared alongside Adam Hills and Sammy J in a stage version of Breaker Morant by The Comedians’ Theatre Company directed by Phil Nichol.
Burns’ albums include: Buckets and Sulphur, Misspent Childhood, Not for Everyone, Brendon vs Burnsy, All My Love All My Rage, Sober not Clean, And The Thinking Mans Idiot.
He famously gave out Magic Mushrooms (then legal) to an entire audience at the Glastonbury festival as part of a documentary being filmed by friend and film maker Paul Provenza. Today’s show was edited by Ben Schultz.
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