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Best June Diane Raphael podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best June Diane Raphael podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Have you ever seen a movie so bad that it's amazing? Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas want to hear about it! We'll watch it with our funniest friends, and report back to you with the results.
 
Marc Maron welcomes comedians, actors, directors, writers, authors, musicians and folks from all walks of life to his home for amazingly revealing conversations. Marc's probing, comprehensive interview style allows guests to express themselves in ways listeners have never heard.
 
Find out what happens when women break the rules - those unwritten but all too real bullsh*t expectations of how we should live our lives. Cristen Conger and Caroline Ervin (formerly Stuff Mom Never Told You) tackle questions through their trademark obsessive research, stories from rule-breakin’ ladies and a solid dose of delightful feminist rage.
 
Listen to A Closer Look and more in the audio edition of Late Night with Seth Meyers, weeknights at 12:35/11:35c on NBC.
 
In Dead Pilots Society, scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads they deserve. Starring actors you know and love from television and film, a live audience, and a good time in which no one gets notes, no one is fired, and everyone laughs. Presented by Andrew Reich (Friends; Worst Week) and Ben Blacker (The Writers Panel podcast; co-creator, Thrilling Adventure Hour).
 
Raw. Unguarded. Compelling. On Naked with Catt Sadler, women shed their makeup, their jewelry, and sometimes even their clothes. Come take off your armor with us in Catt’’s bedroom, while listening in on the most honest and real conversations in podcasting.
 
When a global computer virus begins deleting all digital records, 30-something Ellie (Natalie Morales, Parks & Rec) buys an old tape recorder and begins narrating an “analog” retrospective of her life before all of her photos, videos, and correspondence are wiped out forever. “High Fidelity” meets “Seeking a Friend For the End of the World.” Written by Erin Foley-Chan, produced by April Lamb (Gimlet's Sandra), directed and produced by Daniel Powell (Inside Amy Schumer). Also starring Paul Sc ...
 
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As he faces only the third Senate impeachment trial in history, the President is desperately trying to soothe his ego and pretend he doesn’t know the key players in the scandal. Then, actress June Diane Raphael talks about her penchant for physically picking up grown men and her children’s comedy chops. She also takes a few more questions from Late…
 
From the children's classrooms to the Met Gala red carpet, Sinéad Burke is on a mission to tilt the lens on what accessibility looks like and whom it’s for. Cristen and Caroline find out how she navigates the world as a little person, cultivates vulnerability as a strength and boldly asks uncomfortable questions. Unladylike: A Field Guide to Smashi…
 
When listening to actor Brian Cox talk with Marc, it’s hard to see how this pleasant man is anything like the despotic, cold-blooded patriarch Logan Roy, who he plays on HBO’s Succession. Except there is one thing they have in common: They both see the human experiment as rather ludicrous. Brian’s view of a world that is absurd above all else has s…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to send the articles of impeachment against President Trump as damning new evidence against Trump’s henchmen emerges. Then, Senator Amy Klobuchar talks about the last debate before the Iowa caucus, her history with Ambassador Yovanovitch and Trump’s impeachment trial.…
 
Live from the Beacon Theatre in New York City, Paul, June, and Jason discuss the 2002 comedy The Master of Disguise. They talk all things Pistachio Disguisey including the Turtle Club, constant farts, Italian accents, and what it means to be a master of disguise. This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (www.squarespace.com/bonkers), Simplisaf…
 
We are back in Catt's bedroom with acupuncturist extraordinaire Andrea Thorpe of Sage Wellness Within. This is Part Two of our deep-dive into Chinese medicine and acupuncture, so if you missed Part One, head on back to learn a bit about Andrea's background, the history of acupuncture, and what landed Catt in Andrea's office last year. In this episo…
 
Randall Park’s Korean immigrant parents were skeptical about their son’s career path. But that all changed when Randall played the actual dictator of North Korea in The Interview, a movie that caused an international incident. Randall also tells Marc why he founded an Asian-American theater company in college and why he’s taking the same mentality …
 
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin recaps what's happening in pop-culture news. Then, Amber Tamblyn talks about her book Era of Ignition, the effects of having women in power and being a parent in the Trump era. She also speaks to Late Night producer Sarah Jenks-Daly backstage at Studio 8G.
 
Seth takes a closer look at a new poll saying a majority of Americans disapprove of President Trump’s handling of Iran, as the president’s own team struggles to defend his lies and borrows directly from George W. Bush’s playbook. M. Night Shyamalan talks about the eerie premise of Servant and pranking his mother-in-law with the very realistic baby …
 
Lily Tomlin received a bit of advice early in her life that she really took to heart: If you can’t be direct, why be? Lily’s direct approach to performing, exemplified by her creation of original characters, led her to early success in New York cabarets, spots on The Merv Griffin Show, and her breakout showcase on Laugh-In. Lily and Marc talk about…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the House voting to rein in President Trump’s war powers as it becomes increasingly clear his administration lied to justify an unconstitutional act of war. Then, Seth talks to Larry David about their shared grievances and the new season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
 
Thanksgiving invites revoked, the 9 act structure of Hallmark, and more on this week’s double mini-sode! Paul opens up the Explanation Hope Line, goes through Corrections and Omissions for Fateful Findings & The Spirit of Christmas, and opens up the Mail Bag. Plus, find out which movie we will be watching next week! Subscribe to Unspooled with Paul…
 
We’re kicking off 2020 with another true insider look at how television gets made! Andrew sat down with seasoned television executive, Samie Falvey. Samie spent many years as Head of Comedy at ABC, where she played a huge role in developing shows like Black-ish, Fresh Off The Boat and The Goldbergs. She is now on the selling side as Chairman at Ima…
 
Taking a break from her bustling acupuncture practice at Sage Wellness Within, Andrea Thorpe stopped by Catt's bedroom to give us a primer on acupuncture, herbal medicine and listening to our bodies. Andrea shares how she was first exposed to acupuncture as a patient -- when she sought treatment as an undergrad in college because she felt both "tir…
 
Joe Mantegna is about as Chicago as they come. He grew up in Chicago, he talks like he’s from Chicago, he got his acting start in Chicago, he even used to play with the band Chicago. That might explain why he tells Marc he still thinks of himself as a blue collar guy with a blue collar job. Joe talks about the moment West Side Story changed his lif…
 
Seth moderates another high-stakes debate between the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. Then, he talks to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump threatening war crimes against Iran after ordering the assassination of a top Iranian General. Then, he talks to presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
 
During a victory lap for their movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio put movie stardom on hold for an hour to have a chat with Marc. They talk about their early days as show business outsiders, the moment they knew their lives would never be the same, the times they've known a movie they're in is going to tank, why th…
 
Robert De Niro talks about The Irishman, his history with Joe Pesci and playing a younger character in the film. He also talks about his character in The Irishman and shares the origin of his Robert Mueller impression on Saturday Night Live. Then, Quentin Tarantino talks about Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the real people who inspired Brad Pitt an…
 
HDTGM All-star Rob Huebel (Medical Police) joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the 2012 cult classic Fateful Findings. Recorded live from the Moore theatre in Seattle, they talk about everything Neil Breen including soft curves, magic, tons of laptops, the salad scene, and more. This episode is brought to you by Squarespace. Subscribe to Unspool…
 
Scott Caan stars in major movies, is on a long running television series, published his own photography, wrote more than 20 plays, and yet he’s still not sure what he wants to do when he grows up. Scott and Marc talk about finding professional fulfillment after a lifetime of personal growth, from being a kid looking for trouble to mellowing with ag…
 
Seth steps away from bleak and depressing news to share a news story about an 82-year-old female bodybuilder who beat up a burglar who tried to break into her home. Michelle Wolf talks about Joe Biden and who she wants to get a massage from. Plus, she reviews some jokes that she recently sent to Seth for his monologue.…
 
To wrap up our winter break, Cristen and Caroline revisit their episode on fighting for the Equal Rights Amendment. C&C talk to filmmaker and activist Kamala Lopez about the century-long fight for an ERA, why we still need one, and the unladylike power we have to finally get a constitutional IUD to protect our rights from unplanned politics. Unlady…
 
Shauna Duggins does stunts for blockbuster movies and TV series, but at first she just wanted to entertain. She went to Los Angeles fresh out of college with a business degree and a lifetime of gymnastics experience. At the neighborhood gym, she started hanging out with a stunt crew and learned the skills that got her jobs on Charlie’s Angels, Fast…
 
Late Night staffers Sal Gentile (supervising writer, A Closer Look) and Henry Melcher (supervising producer) look back at the best political segments from Late Night with Seth Meyers in 2019, including A Closer Look excerpts and political interviews that illustrate the strange and interesting year of national news.…
 
Late Night segment producer Sarah Jenks-Daly talks to members of the Late Night talent department about some of their favorite guest segments in 2019. They discuss the stories behind Seth's segments with Adam Sandler, Rihanna, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Robert Pattinson, Jeremy O. Harris and Dolly Parton.…
 
HDTGM presents a Holiday re-release of the classic Reindeer Games episode with a special introduction from Paul and Jason! Join us this Christmas as we discuss one of the worst holiday-themed movies to come out two months after December, Reindeer Games. We talk about terrible open-mouthed kissing, how much Ben Affleck likes pecan pie, and a strange…
 
In the very last episode of the year, Catt bares all by answering your questions about love, motherhood, health, and yes— her former job at E! Don’t miss this raw, in-depth share as Catt hosts her own episode, with no guest for the first time in the show’s history. If you haven’t already, please rate and review the show and subscribe to our officia…
 
Brittany Howard always needs to keep moving forward. That’s part of the reason she made the difficult decision to take a break from her band Alabama Shakes and go out on her own. Now, for the first time as a Grammy-nominated solo artist, Brittany is trying to force herself to be present and reckon with the fact that she tried so hard to get away fr…
 
Late Night writer Jenny Hagel pitches a series of lesbian holiday films perfect for the Hallmark Channel. Then, John Mulaney talks about The Sack Lunch Bunch, auditioning children for the show and explaining why he doesn’t want kids to be his young co-stars.
 
Unladylike is on winter break! To celebrate, Cristen and Caroline are revisiting their favorite episodes from past seasons. This week, they take on the slam dunk. For women's basketball, to dunk or not to dunk has long been the question. It’s the ‘wow factor’ that WNBA haters often point to as proof that the women's game doesn't deserve the fandom,…
 
Jimmy Tingle has a lot in common with Marc and many other Boston-based WTF guests. But what sets Jimmy apart is the merger of his comedy with politics and civic engagement. Jimmy tells Marc about his sobriety, his shift toward one-man shows and his focus on societal issues, which eventually led to him getting into Harvard in his mid-50s, giving the…
 
Seth steps away from his desk in Studio 8G to chat with Saturday Night Live's Bowen Yang in this podcast exclusive conversation.
 
HDTGM All-star Jessica St. Clair joins Paul, Jason, and June (via Jury Duty) to discuss the Hallmark classic The Spirit of Christmas. They break down everything about this story of a young lawyer who finds romance with a spirit that takes the form of a human 12 days before Christmas. Plus, Paul shares his ghost sighting story. This episode is broug…
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump’s deranged rally after becoming the third president in history to be impeached and Republicans threatening to rig the Senate trial in his favor. Joe Pera shares a snowman cake with Seth and talks about acting with Seth’s cameraman, Gene Kelly and the new season of Joe Pera Talks with You. Joe also takes a few more …
 
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