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Podcast: Andy Daly & "Nine Sweaters"

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Andy Daly is a comedian, actor and improviser in Los Angeles. He's probably best known for his stint on Mad TV, or his role in the recent Will Ferrel vehicle Semi-Pro. He's just released his first CD of character monologues, called "Nine Sweaters." In the spring, he'll be seen as a co-star of the HBO comedy series "East Bound and Down."

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Podcast: Ratatat

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Ratatat are an instrumental music duo from New York, who just released their third album, LP3. Guitarist Mike Stroud and producer/programmer Evan Mast perform and record music that straddles the line between rock, hip-hop and dance, and have built an enormous following in the world of indie rock.

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Podcast: TSOYA Classic: The Future

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We continue our journey into The Sound of Young America's vast audio archive with this program from The Sound of Young America Classics.

The future is here today, in the past on a classic episode of TSOYA. With Guests Chad Trujillo, Paul Moller, and Dippin Dots we take a look deep into the future. We talk with the inventor of the Skycar, with the discoverer of a new planet, and with a representative of the Ice Cream of the Future, Dippin' Dots. Plus the future of scrapbooking, reptiles, and more, and relationship advice from The Evil Computer Bent on World Domination.

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Podcast: Chip Kidd at Bumbershoot

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Chip Kidd is one of the country's best-known designers. For the past twenty years, he's designed book covers for authors like Michael Crichton, David Sedaris, Cormac McCarthy and innumerable others. More recently, he's taken pen to page himself, writing two comic novels, "The Cheesemonkeys" and "The Learners."

This show was recorded live at the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival in Seattle, Washington.

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Podcast: The Human Giant's Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel and Aziz Ansari

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The Human Giant are a sketch comedy group whose eponymous series airs on MTV. Since getting their start at the UCB Theater in New York, they've become well known for a cast of signature characters, and for their distinctive, filmic style. Jesse spoke with Aziz Ansari, Rob Huebel and Paul Scheer; filmmaker Jason Woliner was absent.

This show was recorded live at the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival in Seattle, Washington.

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Podcast: Adrian Tomine, creator of Optic Nerve and author of Shortcomings

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Adrian Tomine is one of the world's most acclaimed comics artists. He began publishing his own work at the age of 15, and his series Optic Nerve has run continuously since he was a teenager. His work often focuses on subtle, shifting relationships between young people, and his clean, striking art is broadly regarded as among the best in the field. He also regularly contributes illustrations to The New Yorker and other publications. His most recent book-length work is Shortcomings.

This show was recorded live at the Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival in Seattle, Washington.

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Podcast: TSOYA Classic: All World Knowledge with John Hodgman and Fred Rees

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We continue our journey into The Sound of Young America's vast audio archive with this program from The Sound of Young America Classics.

This week, we obtain ALL WORLD KNOWLEDGE. John Hodgman is an author and television personality who talks here about his first book, "The Areas of My Expertise." Fred Rees is the creator of The Book of Cool, a DVD box set of instructional videos on amazing skills, from trick roping to skateboarding.

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Podcast: The Submarines

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The Submarines are a Los Angeles-based indie pop duo, whose latest album is entitled "Honeysuckle Weeks." The group's two members, John Dragonetti and Blake Hazard, were romantically linked -- then romantically unlinked -- before forming the ensemble. They came back together while sharing a studio and hearing the breakup songs each was writing about the other.

This special episode of the podcast is hosted by departing MaxFun staffer Chris Bowman.

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Podcast: Robert Popper, Comedy Writer/Producer

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Episode One of "Look Around You," entitled "Maths"

Robert Popper is a British comedy writer, producer and performer. With Peter Serafinowicz, he co-created the brilliant educational film parody Look Around You, which premiers on Cartoon Network's [adult swim] on October 26th. As "Robin Cooper," he wrote a series of bizarre letters to obscure professional and interest organizations which became the book "The Timewaster Letters," which was a best-seller in the UK, and has just been released in the US.

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Podcast: Seun Kuti, leader of Fela's Egypt 80

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Seun Kuti is the son of Nigerian Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti, and the leader of his band, Egypt 80. Their new CD, called Seun Kuti & Fela's Egypt 80, is Seun's first collection of original songs. The albums seven tracks mirror his father's commitment to the liberation of African people in Nigeria and elsewhere.

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