Marc Maron welcomes comedians, actors, directors, writers, authors, musicians and folks from all walks of life to his home for amazingly revealing conversations. Marc's probing, comprehensive interview style allows guests to express themselves in ways listeners have never heard.
Oscar-winning director Barry Levinson talks to Marc about Mel Brooks, Diner, The Natural, Robin Williams, and whether Democracy can survive.
Alicia Keys / John Leguizamo
Marc gets a double dose of NYC when he talks with Alicia Keys about her new album and John Leguizamo about the new movie he directed.
Actor Wendell pierce talks with Marc about The Wire, Death of a Salesman, New Orleans, Led Zeppelin, and the future of live theater.
Toni Collette talks with Marc about Australia, Hereditary, knowing herself through her roles, and working inside the mind of Charlie Kaufman.
Martin Short talks with Marc about SCTV, SNL, Steve Martin, Three Amigos, and how he retains his boundless optimism.
Bad Internet w/ Matt Furie, Arthur Jones & Andrew Marantz
Artist Matt Furie and director Arthur Jones tell Marc about their Pepe the Frog documentary Feels Good Man, and The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz explains the line from Pepe to QAnon.
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It served a good purpose!
I have listened to almost every episode. It had a lot of charm and some authenticity. His personality is all over this thing, seeing things as he wants. He reenforces what he believes and sticks to his guns. Every narrative, however different in reality is looked at here through the lens of the dysfunctional upbringing Marc suffered and his drug addiction and other crises through the years. And then there were the cats. A limited horizon reshuffled with the same numbers being drained no matter how many times the deck is shuffled. Much like the three chords he keeps boasting the Blues only really needs... sometimes sliding down the augmented seventh is not a bad idea!
Hope she’s on again! Great interview and incredible soul. Love her!
Marc is one of a kind
Smart funny honest open intelligent… And one of the best interviewers ever, he really connects with his guests. Not surprisingly, he got the best POTUS to visit the heralded garage for a sit down.
And a fantastic guitar player with his own unique style and sound… When he decides to put away the microphone as a career I hope he moves into music, he’s that good
Rock on Marc you’re a brilliant guy, and a hero to humanity