7 episodes

The Radio Program(me) is a puff of sketch comedy wind from the recently released father-son duo that brought you multi-generational oppression and backyard nuclear tests. Hitting the airwaves like a thing that hits the airwaves, the program(me) delves into such hard-hitting subjects as the healing properties of a well crafted punch line, digeridoo soloists, etiquette lessons for dealing with the less fortunate, and a bold, glittering sponsorship from the prestigious Greater Utica Gardening Society and Hunt Club. Gosh, it's funny. Really. www.theradioprogramme.com

The Radio Program(me‪)‬ David Flanagan

    • Comedy

The Radio Program(me) is a puff of sketch comedy wind from the recently released father-son duo that brought you multi-generational oppression and backyard nuclear tests. Hitting the airwaves like a thing that hits the airwaves, the program(me) delves into such hard-hitting subjects as the healing properties of a well crafted punch line, digeridoo soloists, etiquette lessons for dealing with the less fortunate, and a bold, glittering sponsorship from the prestigious Greater Utica Gardening Society and Hunt Club. Gosh, it's funny. Really. www.theradioprogramme.com

    Episode Seven -- The New Mexico Apology Tour

    Episode Seven -- The New Mexico Apology Tour

    We're sorry for having a name that can be (and frequently is) confused with a foreign country. No, not New Azerbaijan. We are referring to the Mexico that is not really Mexico, but is a newer version thereof. Please help us.

    • 11 min
    Episode Six: The Sketch Tragedy Episode

    Episode Six: The Sketch Tragedy Episode

    The world's hugest actor (metaphorical division), sketch tragedy and the greatest hits of Hammurabi. Prepare to flatulate! It's just that funny!

    • 10 min
    Episode Five: The Life and Times of Leonid Brezhnev

    Episode Five: The Life and Times of Leonid Brezhnev

    We continue our saga of Madagascar's most photogenic lemurs in this sixteen hour, fourteen part series. Filled with Party-approved humorous quips and otherworldly voices that want to take your watch. Fill a tub with your favorite treats, gather the family, and stare catatonically at your nearest electronic device to enjoy this fifth installation of the radio program(me).

    • 11 min
    The Radio Program(me) Goes Fourth: The Parade of Filth

    The Radio Program(me) Goes Fourth: The Parade of Filth

    In this exciting new episode, David Attenborough examines the life of sketch comedians in the wild, their screaching, excrement flinging family arguments, their crude tools, and tendency to communicate in iambic pentagrams. Sketches in this delightful waste of twelve minutes of your existence include: the world's greatest radio ventriloquist, an amazing shape-shifting accountant, and exchange between George Clooney and Brad Pitt about their wives and kids. Thankfully, and just in time to spare you embarassment in front of the kids, we have NOT combined the Clooney-Pitt last names into a fanciful nickname. Oh, and the roles of those A-list movie stars have been graciously assumed by a couple of nobodies from the suburbs of Boston.

    • 14 min
    Episode the Third: Completing the Holy Trinity of Episodes

    Episode the Third: Completing the Holy Trinity of Episodes

    Irate religious people and Appleby's enthusiasts; the insult of the day; world's first tongue transplant; the Monodictory Shakepeare Society production of Hamlet

    • 7 min
    Episode Two: The Second Episode

    Episode Two: The Second Episode

    Eye watering Irishmen's recollection of the days of their youth; Guillotine repairman sketch; how to address your betters; and selfies with God

    • 13 min

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