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Mike Birbiglia's Working It Out

Mike Birbiglia
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Comedian Mike Birbiglia welcomes a different comedian or creator each week and together they work out original, untested material. And, occasionally, uncomfortable topics. Join them as they work it out.

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Latest Episodes

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6 days ago

Roy Wood Jr makes a triumphant return to the podcast and he and Mike pick up right where they left off. The two old friends discuss the evolution of unconnected jokes into a more cohesive whole hour of stand-up. They discuss why Mike, Neal Brennan, a... more

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13 days ago

Maddie Wiener started performing stand-up at age 16. Now, at age 25, she headlines clubs, is a fixture at the Comedy Cellar, and she was recently a special guest on Mike’s shows at The Wilbur in Boston. Now Maddie and Mike sit down for a chat about t... more

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Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars from 4.2k ratings
  • Learning and Laughing

    I started listening to this podcast to learn more about the craft of comedy - but I kept listening for the comedy itself. Well done, Birbigs!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    BrockArm
    Canada8 days ago
  • Listen to Roy Wood Jr. Episode

    Wow! I highly recommend listening to the Roy Wood Jr. Episode as well as pausing at the beginning to watch Roy's "Imperfect Messenger" on YouTube! Very well done! Roy and Mike Birbiglia are true professionals that are passionate and curious about their craft. Also, I highly recommend listening to Roy's first episode on Working it Out. Roy is definitely in a class all his own and him talking with Mike is so insightful, thoughtful, and funny. Check these out!! I've listened to all the Working it O... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Music Lover in Sacramento
    United States10 days ago
  • Thoughtful, meaningful, funny, educational!

    I love this podcast. Mike Birbiglia, it turns out, is a fantastic podcast host. What sets him apart is that it feels to me like he is really listening to his guests, not just thinking about what he’s going to say next. His admiration and respect for his guests is obvious and genuine, and there are some truly great conversations on here. I would recommend specific people/episodes but there are so many good ones! Also, I have learned an absurd and delightful amount about comedy writing and perform... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    PeytonMc2
    United States12 days ago
  • Favorite guest

    Taylor Tomlinson!!! Can’t wait to see ya at dc improv soon!!! Also if James acaster is a nice guy, have him on the podcast!!! You’re my 2 fave comedians and you’re so different and I’d love to hear you talk about your styles!!! more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Childhood nickname good or bad
    United States12 days ago
  • Ep 121 with Maddie Wiener

    This episode is one example of why I love this podcast. To me, the process of going between having an initial funny thought to a finished bit is a blackbox. This episode gives a peek into that box during their “working it out” back and forth.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    IndyTraveler10
    United States17 days ago

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