Podcast purists, if such people exist, might object to the inclusion of radio heavyweights, but , to take two major examples, are, to our minds, great podcasts as well as great radio shows.
And when you dig into the other entries on this list, you’ll find the distinction blurs. I have no idea, but they’re both TV shows, and that’s a fun argument to have.
Ricky Gervais has hit back at criticism over his dead baby joke that caused a grieving couple to storm out of his live show.
In an interview with Belfast Live, Suzi said: 'I know people take things differently and I know our emotions are raw, but why joke about a baby being dead?
It’s just wrong.'Some people might read this and think we’re over-sensitive and maybe we are – but it’s just not funny. It was our first night out together – I’d heard of this comedian but I’d never seen him.'I didn’t know what his jokes were like but I wouldn’t have expected that in a million years from anybody.'The couple's complaint has prompted the Stillbirth And Neonatal Death Support NI to post a warning about the comedian's 'dead baby joke' on its Facebook page.
We’ll give you our answers to those questions in one second. Canons, so long as they are adaptable and expansive and ever evolving, are worthwhile things.
How do you weigh a rambling, bordering on chaotic comedy call-in show against an exquisitely edited and produced meditation on the nature of grief and the power of hallucinogens? First, our case for why this impossible task is worth attempting.
Network America has to give people a reason to like you not just a reason to watch you. Not everyone will like what I say or find it funny. There are enough comedians who try to please everyone as it is.