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From comedians George Carlin and Paula Poundstone to the Pretty Good Jokes series from A Prairie Home Companion, these audio collections are sure to keep you laughing. For more fun, check out the Car Talk collections under Public Radio.

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The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog

by Bill Boggs; read by Tim Campbell, Bill Boggs

A very funny English Bull Terrier with a politically incorrect sense of humor and a heart of gold tells the story of his rise to fame on both his master's TV talk show and social media, and the price he pays for that fame. Learn More
Alexandra Petri's US History

by Alexandra Petri; read by Alexandra Petri

A witty, absurdist satire of the last 500 years, Alexandra Petri's US History is the fake textbook you never knew you needed. Learn More
The Art of Procrastination

John Perry; read by Brian Holsopple

For anybody who procrastinates or knows a procrastinator: an irresistible gift for the legions of people who believe in never doing today what you can do tomorrow—or maybe the day after that. Learn More
At Knit's End

Stephanie Pearl-McPhee; read by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee

At Knit’s End is for every woman who can’t seem to put her needles down—and now she won’t have to, even to enjoy these meditations! Learn More
Bad Dog

Martin Kihn; read by David Drummond

A hilarious, acerbic, utterly unleashed story about recovery, and about winning back years of squandered trust—two-legged and four-legged. Learn More
Beirut Hellfire Society

by Rawi Hage; read by Neil Shah

A searing and visionary novel set in war-torn 1970s Beirut, from an author praised for his "fierce poetic originality" (Boston Globe) and "uncompromising vision" (Colm Tóibín). Learn More
The Best of Guy Noir Collector's Edition

performed by Garrison Keillor and cast

This Collector's Edition features the complete contents of Keillor's Grammy Nominated Guy Noir: Radio Private Eye, fan-favorite The Adventures of Guy Noir, plus over two hours of classic, previously uncollected episodes that will delight the legions of Guy Noir fans everywhere. Learn More
The Best of Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me!

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

The cream of the crop (so far) from NPR's “oddly informative news quiz.” Learn More
The Best of Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me! More Famous People Play "Not My Job"

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

Peter Sagal, Carl Kasell, and company bring the stars down to earth, allowing public radio fans everywhere to get to know their favorite celebrities as the mere mortals we suspected they might be. Learn More
The Blind Accordionist

by C.D. Rose; read by BJ Harrison

A supposedly long lost collection of fable-like stories supposedly written by the little-known middle European writer Maxim Guyavitch . . . with a helpful intro and afterword making it hilariously clear that the keyword is "supposedly." Learn More
The Book of Murray

Edited with an Introduction by David M. Bader; ; read by Yash Kimmelfarb; author introduction read by Alan Sklar

From acclaimed Jewish humorist David M. Bader, author of Haikus for Jews, the surprising, hilarious, and uplifting tale of the Old Testament’s most unlikely prophet. Learn More
Brain Droppings

George Carlin; read by George Carlin

Grammy® Award Winner!

In Brain Droppings, Carlin brings to audio his singular brand of comedic satire that has made him a favorite of stage, screen and cable audiences. Learn More
The Capital

by Robert Menasse; read by Gildart Jackson

Mordantly funny and piercingly urgent, The Capital, the winner of Germany's highest fiction prize, is an "elegantly written, beautifully constructed" (Die Zeit) feat of world literature. Learn More
Car Talk Classics

Tom and Ray Magliozzi; performed by Tom and Ray Magliozzi

Four all-time favorite episodes from the popular radio show—complete, unexpurgated, and hilarious. Learn More
Car Talk Classics: No Factory Recalls. So Far.

Tom and Ray Magliozzi; performed by Tom and Ray Magliozzi

Audie Finalist

There may be an occasional flaw in the auto expert advice of brothers Tom and Ray Maggliozzi, but the complaint box remains empty, with no factory recall in sight. The next entry in the ever popular Car Talk Classics series features four all-time favorite Car Talk episodes, hand-picked by hosts Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers, and presented here together for the first time. Car Talk continues to be one of public radio's most popular and laugh-inducing programs, with a weekly audience of 4 million listeners. Learn More
Car Talk: 25 Years of Lousy Car Advice

Tom and Ray Magliozzi; performed by Tom and Ray Magliozzi

Celebrating 25 years! The most comprehensive collection of Car Talk highlights ever, mixing automotive advice with wisecracks, roadside philosophy and irresistible guffaws. Learn More
Car Talk: The Puzzler's Greatest Hits

performed by Tom Magliozzi and Ray Magliozzi

Historic, folkloric, and reliably sophomoric . . . Car Talk's Puzzler segment is beloved not only for making you think, but also for making you laugh. It's not just a puzzle, and it's only occasionally about cars. It's a cleverly constructed conundrum wrapped in a hilarious tall tale, with characters ranging from Bubba the monk and Igor, the hunchbacked groom, to game show host Monty Hall and an electricity-obsessed Thomas Edison. Learn More
Cry from the Far Middle

by P. J. O'Rourke; read by LJ Ganser

In a time of chaos, the #1 New York Times bestselling political humorist asks his fellow Americans to take it down a notch. Learn More
Dating Tips for the Unemployed

Iris Smyles; read by Amy Landon

Iris Smyles's Dating Tips for the Unemployed is an urban odyssey: a wistful, wise, and wry look back at a young woman trying to find her home in the world. Learn More
Dave Barry's Book of Bad Songs

Dave Barry; read by Mike Dodge

Based on the results from Dave Barry's monumental reader survey, Dave Barry's Book of Bad Songs is a compilation of some of the worst songs ever written. Learn More
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