Comedian and Roastmaster General Jeff Ross returns to the podcast (along with special drop-in guest Dave Attell) to talk about performing in the age of political correctness, using comedy as a teaching tool, the lesser-known stand-ups of the '50s and '60s and the Netflix series "Bumping Mics" and "Historical Roasts." Also, Aretha Franklin flips the bird, Jeff takes down Jerry Lewis, Dave gives props to Steve Martin (and Rod Serling) and the boys remember the never-aired New York Friars Club roasts. PLUS: "The Omega Man"! Uncle Miltie whips it out! Gilbert boards the Maxi-Bus! Dave launches a new series! And Jeff pays tribute to the late, great Don Rickles!
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Comedian, writer and Emmy-nominated actor Paul Reiser drops by the studio for a funny and intimate conversation about breaking into standup, shooting a (failed) pilot with Gilbert, working with longtime heroes Peter Falk and Alan Arkin and recreating the glory days of "The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson." Also, Mel Brooks brings wine, George Carlin stays for breakfast, Michael Douglas transforms into Liberace and Jerry Lewis guest-stars on "Mad About You." PLUS: Freddie Roman! The Great Flydini! Tony Danza plays Fred de Cordova! Gilbert and Paul go to the movies! And the boys praise the many talents of Richard Kind!
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Frankie Boyle presents the second instalment of his eight volume Promethiad.
A house with a dark history is purchased by a young couple in 1975. They soon begin experiencing unexplained and terrifying events inside the home. Was it a result of their imaginations run wild? A hoax? Or the after effects of a horrific multiple homicide committed there?
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Frankie Boyle presents the first instalment of his eight volume Promethiad.
Frankie presents the third instalment of his eight volume Promethiad
The Real Crime Profile Team (Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti) discuss the autopsy examination of Kathleen Peterson by Dr. Deborah Radisch and Dr. Natalie Depcik-Smith dated 12/09/2001. Laura and Jim add their insight and analysis.
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The Real Crime Profile team of Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti continue with our analysis of the Kathleen Peterson case focusing on the victimology, crime scene assessment and the autopsy.
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In the 6th installment of our "Making a Murderer" discussion, Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti pick apart the Pam Sturm and Andrew Colborn phone calls.
Part 2 of the discussion about The People vs. O.J. Simpson. Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti analyze the disastrous handling of Nicole's 911 call.
Part 1 of the discussion about The People vs. O.J. Simpson. Jim Clemente, Laura Richards and Lisa Zambetti examine the gruesome crime scene and how Dr. Henry Lee's dismissal by the prosecution helped the defense.
Jim, Laura and Lisa continue their discussions about the @netflix show “The Staircase”. Jim and Laura analyse the 911 calls made by Michael Peterson on the landline at 1810 Cedar Street, Durham, North Carolina on December 9 2001. The first call was made at 02.40 and the second was at 02.46.
Two minutes after receiving the call paramedics Jay Rose and Ron Paige had been dispatched and were on way to the scene.
The #RCP team discuss what the paramedics discovered when they arrived at the Peterson home.
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The full RCP team of Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti reunite to interview co-directors Trey Borzillieri and Barbara Schroeder about the genesis of the Netflix show "Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist."
We go behind the scenes and ask the documentarians the tough questions that are still burning after the final twist lands at the end of the four part docuseries. We debate the answers that Trey and Barbara give and the evidence to support it including material which did not make it onto our screens.
In this episode, burning questions include how Trey and Barbara come into contact with this baffling case, the extent of Brian Wells's involvement, Brian's nonchalant affect, demeanour and behaviour at the bank, who was involved in the so-called scavenger hunts in Eerie and the context and detail of Trey's relationship with Marjorie Diel-Armstrong and Bill Rothstein.
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Brian Cox and Robin Ince take to the stage at the Blue Dot Festival, at the home of Radio Astronomy, Jodrell Bank. They are joined on stage by Ben Miller, Charlotte Church, Dr Paul Abel and Professor Tim O'Brien to explore the big questions that are still to be answered about our Universe.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport the cage to Trondheim Norway, host of this year's Starmus Festival, for an extraordinary gathering of astronauts. They are joined on stage by NASA astronauts Sandra Magnus and Terry Virts, ESA astronaut Claude Nicollier, and Apollo 16's Charlie Duke, one of the last people to have walked on the moon. They talk about their personal journeys to fulfill their long-held dreams, and literally reach for the stars. They hear from Charlie Duke about the extraordinary Apollo missions he was part of, including his role as Capsule Communicator for the very first moon landing, before taking his own first steps on the lunar surface as part of Apollo 16. They explore the different experience of astronauts from Charlie's era, and those who now become residents of space, spending months and months aboard the International Space Station, and the challenges each mission brings. And Claude Nicollier describes his epic spacewalk to repair the Hubble Telescope.
Producer: Alexandra Feachem.