WTF with Marc Maron
Episode 560 - Adam Goldberg12/18/14
Adam Goldberg is one of the only WTF guestswho can match Marc's neuroses note for note. He's also a Renaissance man who continues to hone his skillsin photography, songwriting, filmmaking and acting.And, oh yeah, hewas thrilled to be gruesomely...
Episode 559 - St. Vincent
Whether you call her St. Vincent or Annie Clark, allMarc really wants to know in this conversation is how she went from beinga guitar-rocking12-year-old inOklahoma to one of the most celebrated musiciansin the country. Plus, a little tease of Marc's...
Louis C.K. from 2010
Originally published as a two-part episode in October 2010, this conversation between Marc and Louis C.K. was chosenby Slate as the #1 podcast episode of all time. It is presented here for the first time as a single, uninterrupted episode.
Episode 558 - Jenny Slate
Jenny Slate is making it happen on her own terms, whether it's her standup, her children's character Marcel the Shell, or her movie projects like Obvious Child. Jenny and Marctalk about how a difficult year at SNL helped her take control of her...
Episode 557 - Ian Edwards
The last timecomedianIan Edwards was WTF, Marc embarrassed himself in spectacular fashion. Now Ian is in the garage for a less cringeworthy conversation about his early life in Jamaica and a stand-up career that started in a Burger King drive thru....
Episode 556 - Chrissie Hynde
Chrissie Hynde was just an unabashed rock and roll music fan from the Midwest before a journey to England turned her into a genuine rock star and the face of The Pretenders. Chrissie tells Marc about her earlyinfluences, including biker culture,...
Episode 555 - Norman Lear
Legendary producer Norman Lear is responsible for shows that not only changed television, but altered the culture at large. At 92 years old, Norman joins Marc in the garage toreflect on his early life and the path that led him to All in the Family,...
Episode 554 - Rhett Miller
Rhett Millerwas tagged with the "alt" label early in his career, as in alt-country. But asRhettexplains to Marc, he was actually emo before emo was a thing, and that brooding, angst-filled teenager in Texas fought through some truly dark times in...
Episode 553 - Julia Sweeney
With her wit and kind nature, Julia Sweeney proves she can make an irresistibly entertainingconversation out of topics likedeath, cancer, loss of faith, divorce, alcoholism, insecurity and, of course, SNL. Plus, food talk in advance of Thanksgiving...
Episode 552 - Bret Easton Ellis
Bret Easton Ellis is still the guy who wrote Less Than Zero, American Psycho and Lunar Park, but he's also way different than that guy from decadesago. Bret and Marc compare notes on evolving with age and trying to keep it all together. Plus, Marc's...
Episode 551 - John Mulaney
John Mulaney pays a visit tothe garage while certain things in his life are in a state of flux. For one, the status of his TV show is up in the air and his next job is unknown. Marc talks to John about the balancing act between unexpectedsuccess, like...
Episode 550 - Allie Brosh
Allie Brosh is the creator of the popular comic Hyperbole and a Half, which is more than justextremely funny. It's been calledone of the best contemporary portraits of depression. Allie and Marc talk about the ongoing struggle for sufferers of...
Episode 549 - Dave Ross
Comedian Dave Ross and Marc got off on the wrong foot. Luckily, they were able to have this chat in the garage where they realized how much they have in common, like difficult dads, struggles in radio, heroin experimentation and crying. Plus, Pauly...
Episode 548 - Jimmy Vivino
Jimmy Vivino is the current bandleader on Conan, but during his two decades with the various incarnations of Conan O'Brien's late night shows, Jimmy has also served as an unofficial guitar mentor to Marc Maron. Now Marc brings Jimmy into the garage to...
Episode 547 - Dr. Drew Pinsky
Dr. Drew Pinsky has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years. Along the way, he became one of America's most recognizable physicians. Dr. Drew tells Marc how he got into the family business when he really wanted to be an opera singer, how he...
Episode 546 - David Lowery
Two of Marc's favorite bands, Camper Van Beethoven and Cracker, share a common denominator: Frontman David Lowery. Marc and David discuss the eclectic styles of both bands and why Cracker is having a bit of a renaissance with young people. Plus, David...
Episode 545 - Bill Scheft
Bill Scheft is one of the first people Marc ever saw perform live stand-up comedy. Now Bill is working mainly as a writer, doing jokesforDavid Letterman since 1991 and usinghis life experience to write severalnovels. Bill also has quite the storyabout...
Episode 544 - Andre Royo
You may know Andre Royo as Bubbles from The Wire. For Andre that's both a blessing and a curse. He describes the near-breakdown he had while playingthe sympathetic Baltimore street junkie and how the role forever changed his career. Also, Andre and...
Episode 543 - Martin Starr
Based on the characters Martin Starr played on shows like Freaks & Geeks, Party Down and Silcon Valley, Marc wasn't sure what to expect. But it turns out Martin's genuinely tranquil nature is rooted in a deep spiritual understandingand the perspective...
Episode 542 - Bob Rubin
San Francisco in the 1980s was a hot zone ofstandup comedy and Bob Rubin loomed as large as anyone on the scene. Bob's eccentric and unpredictable style is on display while he talks with Marc in the garage. And even thoughthings still get random and...
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