A semi-scripted comedy sketch show from The Midnight Gardeners League (https://midnightgardenersleague.com/) that explores a different aspect of our world every episode. Hosted by navel-gazing intellectual Ari Wood, Midnight Public Radio delivers the funniest, most-made up stories that audiophiles could ask for.
Porpoises in need of transport, trained guard tarantulas, maniacal helper monkeys, and sexually frustrated parasites. The natural world, as MPR reports, is full of strange and wonderful creatures whose animal kingdoms stretch to every corner of the globe.
Ecclesiastical sauces, remote gourmands, questionable food regulations, and historic cooking competitions. The culinary arts, as Midnight Public Radio demonstrates, truly are an eclectic and curious domain.
Caterpillar abuse, superstitious diarrhea, falls from grace, and roller-skating intolerance. In every society across the world, sports leave their mark in some way or another, and Midnight Public Radio is there to explore every aspect of them, from goalpost to end zone.
Avocado robberies, chicken murder, pirate radicalization and enough futuristic legal red tape to choke a horse. In this inaugural episode, Midnight Public Radio explores the difference between right and wrong in our society.
Introducing Midnight Public Radio (trailer)
Midnight Public Radio asks the question: what if This American Life was a whole lot less serious, a good deal weirder and 100% made up? Every episode explores a different theme, as host banal coastal elite Ari Wood and his rotating crew of producers, journalists, editors, and audio freelancers uncover a comedy treasure trove of stories.
Nothing else like it
It's zany, weird, silly and a whole lot of fun. As an avid NPR listener, this is exactly what I need: someone clowning them in the best way possible
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