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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 Craig Norris 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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Why were charges against 35 Mafia associates stayed?

Charges against 35 organized crime suspects in Montreal were dropped recently and the Crown was curiously cryptic about why.

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Tantric sex class

What could possibly go wrong?

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Stuck inside a toy claw machine

Damien Murphy only turned away for a few seconds. Moments later, he found his three-year-old son, Jamie, inside a toy machine.

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Budget 2017

How will the funds announced in the 2017 federal budget affect day-to-day life for Torontonians?

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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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On God and Bacon

From Accent on Toronto, Carol Zoccoli gets knee deep into her Catholic background and Arthur Simeon talks about his spiritual connection to bacon.

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Spotlight on British import to the Maritimes, James Mullinger

Never mind "An Englishman in New York", we shine the spotlight on UK's James Mullinger - and Englishman in Saint John NB.

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Combating social awkwardness and finding world peace.

From Accent on Toronto #15, newly married Eman El-Husseini offers words of advice and Michael McCreary answers the question - is there more comedy in Jewish Palestinian unions or Asperger's syndrome?

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A Very Merry Happy Holiday Part 2

John Wing, Simon Radoff and Special Guest Chelsea P. Manders celebrate the holidays.

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A Very Merry Happy Holiday Part 1

Simon Rakoff, John Wing and Special guest Jean Paul celebrate the holiday season.

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Conquering FEARS - like performing in small towns and getting pants-ed!

From the IceBreakers Comedy Festival, we go down a musical memory lane, courtesy of Patrick Haye. And - when you’re engaged in a robbery, even if it is of a human being…please use the correct terminology, implores Jen Grant.

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Helping your parents figure out the internet: a part-time job

Part 2 from Quispamsis NB with Darren Elmore and Jimmy Mackinley. It's a hometown showdown with bears...sort of!

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They workworkwork...and make you laugh. Thank you ladies.

Sherri D Suttonm Zabrina Chevannes and Lara Rae on new beginnings. Food for thought about new leaders, new lives and a new gender

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Australian Siri and the Canadian Moose together at last.

From the comedy hamlet of Quispamsis NB, Comedians Matt Richardson and Garrett Clark bring you everything you wanted to know about the Canadian Moose...and more.

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A celebration of surnames, the Hawaiian homeless and mayonnaise.

Three Toronto comedians walk into the NAC and wax poetic about natural disasters, destination weddings and mayonnaise. It's quite a diverse grab-bag of comedy today.

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Kids, Caravans and Commutes

From the 905 Comedy Festival, part two of Kids, Caravans and Commutes. Chuck Byrn is just beginning, Simon B is wrapping up and Peter Anthony explains why he isn't having any at all.

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Canada through an American's eyes and men through a man's eyes.

Comedian Peter White doles out some great advice to men on how to be better men, and Darryl Lenox shares his experiences as a Black American living in Canada.

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Can the phone book be funny? Spotlight on Graham Clark.

Vancouver comedian Graham Clark - a man who can make the phone book look funny.

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Insight in to the minds of Italian men and soccer coaches

Sandra Battaglini introduces you to the King of "abbreves" - her Italian father and Dan Taylor tells you what your soccer coach is REALLY thinking.

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Tips for the wine drinker and late night television - a dangerous combination.

Steve Dylan offers drinking tops that only only a true expert/problem drinker could know about and Derek Edwards contemplates his area if expertise - late night television.

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The argument FOR a new food show and AGAINST visiting Afghanistan

It's enough already with the meat tenderizing says Graham Chittenden and comedian Tim Nutt humbly requets a little more training before he is taken into a war zone.

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One part sweetness, one part bitterness equals one full comedy show.

From Accent on Toronto, Nour Hadidi tells the Danforth Music Hall how great it would be if someone died of laughter in the audience, and Richard Ryder wants to knock over mobility scooters. Comedy, in the most unlikely of places.

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