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Laugh Out Loud

 

Laugh Out Loud

CBC Radio's Laugh out Loud is Canada's new home for comedy. Every week host Ali Hassan features the best and funniest comics in the business. Recorded at festivals and comedy clubs across the country, LOL is the show to hear to stay on top of the Canadian comedy scene. From the famous to the found, LOL will bring you the funny every week.

Updated: Saturdays
Download episodes from this podcast for: 6 months
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Inventors who regret their inventions

Sometimes it's because the product ended up being harmful. In most cases, the creators simply lost control.

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Far-right group linked to vote

Did a far-right group meddle in a Quebec cemetery referendum?

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Zika testing in Canada

Canadian scientists are testing mosquitoes to see if they can transmit infections like the Zika virus.

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What's race got to do with it?

In many cases, drugs have been used to prop up mythologies around race and justify discriminatory policies against already struggling communities.

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Action stories and heroe's explained

From Cracking up the Capital in Ottawa, Greg Schroeder calls up the work of dearly departed Stuart MacLean and comedian/actor Howie Miller shares his career woes.

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Cell phones and shawarma's !

From Accent on Toronto, Keith Pedro tells us how he REALLY feels about his wireless provider, and Dave Merheje searches for a shawarma restaurant.

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Small town bar brawls and microwave Mac 'n Cheese!

From the Cottage Country Festival, Nigel Grinstead and Jeff McEnery reflect on their small town experinences.

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Get off my lawn and other popular Canadian phrases!

Happy Canada Day from the city with the funniest and most diverse comedians in the country. Join host Angelo Tsarouchas with guests Richard Ryder and Nour Hadidi recorded at Accent on Toronto.

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Stop smelling my baby and don't invite me to the cottage!

Dave Hemstad shares how he and his wife have become miracle parents and Trinidadian comedian Jean Paul takes you through what 'non-white' folk experience at the cottage.

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Tribute to the late great Irwin Barker

Our annual tribute to the late great Canadian comedian Irwin Barker. With guest Pete Zedlacher in conversation with host Ali Hassan.

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Discriminatory crayons and adult pillow fights!

From Hecklers in Victoria, Damonde Tshritter's shares what he's doing in his off time and Ed Hill takes on dog training with his father.

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Drunk super powers and riddles from the 80's

From the NAC in Ottawa, Lianne Mulaudin wishes teenage boys would stay away and Thomas Calnan says there are some movie stars you just don't want to remind people of.

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Immigrating to Canada? No weather wimps allowed!

From Yuk Yuks in Calagary, Brittany Lyseng tell us how NOT to name your children, and from Cottage Country Festival, Arthur Simeon encourages a new Canadian citizenship test.

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Festivals, Zombies and Anne of Green Gables!

It's a Canadian holiday episode with coast-to-coast comedians celebrating cottages, festivals and Anne of Green Gables. Featuring Tim Nutt, Gilson Lubin and more!

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Dating outside your town...and lunch money bullies.

From Victoria, Kevin banner enlightens us on bully etiquette from back in HIS day and from Icebreakers Comedy Fest, Andrew Barr helps us understand gender issues with the help of the humble tomato.

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It's Spring! Beware of turtles, teens and fudge!

From the Cottage Country Comedy Festival, Casey Corbin raises some important questions about dangerous animals in the wilderness and Efthimios Nasiopoulos tells us how to navigate the tricky waters…of a couples’ massage.

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The challenge of getting the elements of your dowry just right!

Comedians Alex Wood and Fatima Dhowre from the Icebreakers Comedy Festival and Hecklers Comedy Club. Job interviews and Somalian nicknames.

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Spotlight on JJ Whitehead

Canadian globetrotter JJ Whitehead shares his solution for dealing with truculent children, clearly demonstrataing why he shouldn't have any!

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Best of Victoria: Wasps, Wine and Ferry language.

Victorians are SO SPOILED. How spoiled are they? Myles Anderson will tell you. And Chelsea Loud takes on a special journey of her mind...and it's wonderful.

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When it's okay to say no to child sponsoring.

From the stage in Calgary, Todd Ness bravely shares his innermost fears and Sterling Scott kid-themed restaurants to stop serving booze. It's hard enough to be a good father.

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Who needs Ancestry websites when you've got a concierge?

From Calgary, Kevin Stobo shares second marriage proposals and Lori Gibbs talks alternative ways to deal with your teenage son...and your grandma.

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Mixed modern marriages...

Jess Solomon and Todd Graham share their very different marriage tales. From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival.

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Carpets, Drapes, and everything in between!

Mayce Galoni wonders if public breastfeeding is NOT a good idea, and Laurie Elliott shares her struggles going from Vegetarian to Vegan. It's an episode of opinions - all in the name of comedy.

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The spotlight shines on Steve Patterson. That...is not debatable.

Today we shine our spotlight on a Canadian triple threat. He can sing, he can joke, and he can write letters. Steve Patterson is our special guest.

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My Newfoundlander Mom can out-drink your Albertan Mom!

Newfoundland's Lisa Baker gives us some questionable advice oh how to deal with authority and Calgary's Brian Stollery shares why he rejects his wife's offers for handiwork help.

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Finding the funny in child labour...and a decent hair cut.

Winnipeg's Bruce Clark tells us why he left a cushy job for comedy and Vancouver author and comedian Charlie Demers talks about being a new dad, and trying to get a decent haircut.

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Nothing beats a good old fashioned firing.

Michelle Shaughnessy tells her story of being fired and why it's good for you, and Steve Dylan scoffs the use of rodents for weather prediction.

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Canadian winters and anger: A logical combination.

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, Christophe Davidson says it's time to be more honest on Facebook and Keith Pedro authorizes anger during our Canadian winter.

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Laughin' with the Oldies....er, the 80's!

From Accent on Toronto, George Westerholm strums and sings about a dangerous time in Canadian history - the 80's, and Mike Rita shares bonding stories with his Portuguese mother.

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Small town, single and microwave mac'n cheese.

From the Cottage Country Festival, Nigel Grinstead and Jeff McEnery on small towns, single living and bad eating habits.

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