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.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Steve Miller talks with Marc about the Blues, the Chicago Mafia, his godfather Les Paul, and his beloved hit songs.
Comedian Mark Normand talks with Marc about New Orleans, being a janitor, Amy Schumer, and getting back to the clubs.
Nancy Wilson of Heart talks with Marc about breaking big in the ‘70s, surviving the coke-fueled ‘80s, and finally releasing her first solo album after more than 40 years in rock and roll.
Robert Smigel talks with Marc about puppets, Conan, Sandler, SNL, dentistry and changing the comedy landscape over the past 35 years.
Actor Richard Kind talks with Marc about having joy and dread at the same time, being part of the Coen legacy, and his friendship with George Clooney.
“The Pope of Trash” John Waters talks to Marc about filth, censorship and breaking all the rules for more than 50 years.
This is a great podcast! Marc finds a way to discuss both the funny and the heartbreaking in a way that is sensitive yet entertaining for the listener. I've discovered some great comedy through this guy, and I've been inspired to take another look at why I think certain things are funny.
Insulting at best
Marc was really interesting until he got a little big for his own shadow. He became a regressive overnight. Insulting his audience very explicitly. So Maron please go and play in the traffic. Unsubbed. Caio.