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It's the 20th Anniversary of Accent on Toronto hosted by Ali Hassan and featuring your favourite comedians from past years. Music by George Koller AND George Westerholm. We're excited to be back! See you on October 19th at the Danforth Music Hall.
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2 comedians, 1 roll of painter’s tape.

New home-owner Pete Zedlacher explains how painter’s tape has played an important role in his home. And Steph Tolev...explains how painters tape has played an important role...on her body. Its an adult-themed set.
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If someone talks fast...do you need to listen quick?

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival last May, Michael McCreary is concerned that he might have to give his Autism membership card back! And Abbas Wahab lets us know that one person can be many different types of immigrant - all at the same time!
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A big sneeze into a small mask? That's a wrap on your day!

From the inaugural Big Sound Comedy Festival - Rob Pue talks about the types of sneezes he can and can't do...it's been a tough few years after all, and Zabrina Douglas wonders at what age to stop lying to her children 'cause she's not stopping anytime soon!
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A travel guide to the poor man's France

Welcome to Season 15! Today's show is from the Big Sound Comedy Festival and the Winnipeg Comedy Festival with Andrew Barr and Bree Parsons respectively. Andrew shares how his life is like a box of Timbits while Bree advises that one have a healthy distanced relationship with one's family.
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Martha Chaves!

From our 10th Anniversary special in Banff - The Grande Dame herself entertains with stories galore! Thanks for listening to our summer programming - we return next week with season 15!
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Laugh Out Loud in the summer with Jon Steinberg and Ian Sirota

Jon Steinberg illustrates the danger and fun of talking to a crowd and Ian Sirota gives us the full inventory of lies he's told his daughter - and some of them are pretty inspirational!
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Arthur Simeon and Jen Sakato

From Accent on Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall, comedians Arthur Simeon and Jen Sakato are featured.
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Dave Hemstad

We shine our spotlight on comedian Dave Hemstad - and Dave shines HIS spotlight on first-class travel and cruise ships. But at the risk of getting too fancy -he also dives into semi-illegal parking, spooning and socks.
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Jose Piranian and Jacob Balshin

From the 905 Comedy Festival, motivational speaker Jose Piranian shares his thoughts on having a stutter and Jacob Balshin may have missed all the flags...rainbow or otherwise.
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Laugh Out Loud in the summer with Nour Hadidi and Charles Haycock

Nour Hadidi puts G-O-D into her S-E-T and thy Y-Y-C Comedy festival, and Charles Haycock describes his fondness, and complex relationship with...couches.
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer when the spotlight shines on Mike Delamont

Today we shine our spotlight on Victoria's Mike Delamont. He's done with the dumb-dumbs, he's done with cats, but he's just getting started on bidets! Recorded at Hecklers in Victoria and Halifax at the Ha! Festival. Be careful drinking milk whilst listening to this one....you've been warned!
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Laugh Out Loud in the summer with Matt Falk and Dan Taylor

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, comedian Matt Falk has some bones to pick with a number of animals who have wronged him, and Edmonton's Dan Taylor comes to terms with the fact that the whole world is not out to get him!
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Chris Locke and Cassie Cao

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Cassie Cao teaches the audience what a good safe word can be, and Chris Locke questions fatherhood, eating Smarties and life in outer space.
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Laugh Out Loud in the Summer with Heidi Foss and Thomas Calnan

Thomas Calnan coaches you through the loss of a "pet"....and Heidi Foss had a few too many at the holiday party again. Recorded at the 905 Comedy Festival in 2019
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A comedic lesson in history and reconciliation

From the much awaited live show in Ottawa at the Shenkman Centre, Don Kelly explains reconciliation - at Ali's expense - and Julie Kim reminds you not to judge other mothers for their child-rearing choices. Recorded this past May in Winnipeg! This is our final show of the season. Tune in next week to Laugh Out Loud in the Summer! Be safe and thanks for listening. Tracy & Ali
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What will we do when the Racoon-pocalypse is upon us?

From the Big Sound Comedy Festival, Nick Reynoldson talks about what it feels like to learn that your dad in NOT a hero....and from Winnipeg, Angelica Scannura explains the what it's like to be from a place that most people have never heard of.
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Hey! Calm down in the gym! Some of us have a hernia!

From Niagara-On-The-Lake, Rob Bebenek outlines his pandemic lose-weight-gain-weight-get-hernia and repeat-plan...and on the 12th anniversary of his passing, we pay tribute to the late great Irwin Barker.
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Live from Big Sound Comedy Festival in Parry Sound!

Comedians Jeff Paul and Juliana Rodrigues entertain at the inaugural Big Sound Comedy Festival hosted by Ali Hassan. It's a trip around the tummy to the head and some dogs thrown in for good measure.
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A new, positive approach to divorce. Party!

Recorded in April in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Jean Paul talks about the differences between his son and daughter...and with good reason - he's worried about the boy! Dena Jackson takes us all skydiving and asks us to acknowledge that there's a LOT to consider.
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He cooks, he clean, he feeds...but he has limits!

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, father of twins Keith Pedro offers some questionable parenting tips and from Hecklers Comedy Club, Erica Sigurdson tells us how she LOVES children - but keep them to yourself please.
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Turning that frown upside down, one comedy set at a time.

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, Nour Hadidi reminds us that depression - as serious and challenging as it it is - when talked about openly, an be great for comedy! And Host Ali Hassan gets some tips on how NOT to sunburn.
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Downward Facing Broad with Deborah Kimmett

Part 2 - featuring Deborah Kimmett. A celebration of aging in a world that does not. Recorded at the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto.
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60 is the new 40? Tell it to the cops!

In her one woman show Downward Facing Broad, 40 -year comedy veteran Deborah Kimmett delivers a searing review of life as she's come to know it - aquafit, body changes, seniors discounts and all. Part 1
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Grocery list: Cheese, Chicken Thighs...and a Canoe. A tour of Costco – from where you can walk out with laundry detergent, cheese....and a canoe.

From the Shenkman Arts Centre in Ottawa in March, Derek Seguin shares his pandemic purchases and projects, and Rob Pue reminds us why we travel in packs.

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