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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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by Oliver Magny; read by Graham Halstead

With Stuff Parisians Like, Olivier Magny shared his hilarious insights into the fervently held opinions of his fellow Parisians. Now he moves beyond the City of Light to skewer the many idiosyncrasies that make modern France so very unique. Learn More

by Lise Johnson & Eric Chudler

How scientific reasoning explains our most common daily fears—from germs to natural disasters and everything in between. Learn More

Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert; read by the authors

Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, Stephen Colbert join forces to write and read this satire on the American Small Town. Learn More
The Wig, The Bitch & The Meltdown

by Jay Manuel: read by Daniel Henning

The Wig, The Bitch & The Meltdown is a satirical look behind the scenes of Model Muse, a fictional reality model competition show and global phenomenon. Seen through the eyes of our moral compass Pablo Michaels—the heart of production in the helter-skelter world of Model Muse—we see behind the scenes and backstage shenanigans of the fashion/reality TV world. Learn More
Wedding Toasts I'll Never Give

by Ada Calhoun; read by Ada Calhoun

Inspired by her wildly popular New York Times essay The Wedding Toast I’ll Never Give, Ada Calhoun provides a funny (but not flip), smart (but not smug) take on the institution of marriage.
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Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me! The Best of "Not My Job"

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

Features highlights from the popular “Not My Job” segment of the show, during which celebrity guest contestants answer questions on topics unrelated to their particular area of expertise. Learn More
Wait Wait . . . Don't Tell Me! Famous People Who Returned Our Calls

Hosted by Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

NPR’s “oddly informative” news quiz program includes a segment during which celebrity guests answer questions that are way outside their normal area of expertise. The hilarious results always reveal something unexpected. Learn More
The Wait Album

Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell

Celebrity guests are put on the spot on the Peabody-winning NPR radio show. Learn More
The Very Best of Bob and Ray

Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding

Audie® Award Winner

A comprehensive, career-spanning collection from the groundbreaking comedy duo Bob Elliott) and Ray (Goulding) that inspired (and continues to inspire) every comedian who came after. Learn More
Venomous Lumpsucker

by Ned Beauman; read by John Hastings

A dark and witty story of environmental collapse and runaway capitalism from the Booker-listed author of The Teleportation Accident. Learn More

by Colin Winnette; read by Justin Price

Marrying the philosophical absurdities of life, technology, start-up culture, and family, Users is for readers of Ling Ma, Dave Eggers's The Circle, and viewers of the hit Apple TV+ original series Severance. Learn More
Unplayable Lies

Dan Jenkins; read by J.P. Guimont

Thirty-eight essays on golf?the game that no one has ever covered the way Dan Jenkins covers it. Half of the essays are brand new, the others are all reworked and rewritten, based on pieces that were originally published in Golf Digest. Often biting, usually cranky, always hilarious and surprising, this is Dan Jenkins at his best, writing about the sport he loves the most. Learn More
Tropic of Orange

by Karen Tei Yamashita; read by Emily Woo Zeller

Irreverently juggling magical realism, film noir, hip hop, and chicanismo, Tropic of Orange takes place in a Los Angeles where the homeless, gangsters, infant organ entrepreneurs, and Hollywood collide on a stretch of the Harbor Freeway. Learn More
The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happiness

by Paula Poundstone; read by Paula Poundstone

2018 Audie Finalist
An AudioFile Earphones Award Winner
AudioFile Best of the Year 2017

Is there a secret to happiness? Beloved comedian Paula Poundstone conducts a series of "thoroughly scientific" experiments to find out, offering herself up as a guinea pig and recording her data for the benefit of all humankind. Learn More
Tom Keith

Tom Keith, Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott and Tim Russell

A collection of the funniest and most astonishing work of Tom Keith, long-time sound effects man for A Prairie Home Companion. Learn More
There's Nothing in This Book That I Meant to Say

Paula Poundstone; read by Paula Poundstone

There’s Nothing in This Book That I Meant To Say is self-awareness and honesty at its most hilarious. Learn More
The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas

by Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis; translated by Flora Thomson-DeVeaux; read by Gary Tiedemann

A revelatory new translation of the playful, incomparable masterpiece of one of the greatest black authors in the Americas. Learn More
That's Not Funny

by Matt Sienkiewicz, Nick Marx; read by Keith Sellon-Wright

A rousing call for liberals and progressives to pay attention to the emergence of right-wing comedy and the political power of humor. Learn More
Sue Scott

Sue Scott, Garrison Keillor, Tim Russell, Tom Keith, and Fred Newman

A Prairie Home Companion’s Sue Scott takes center stage in this collection showcasing the range and talent of this vocal artist and comedic actor extraordinaire. Learn More
Stupid Things I Won’t Do When I Get Old

by Steven Petrow; read by Michael Butler Murray

For fans of David Sedaris and Nora Ephron, a humorous, irreverent, and poignant look at the gifts, stereotypes, and inevitable challenges of aging, based on award-winning journalist Steven Petrow's wildly popular New York Times essay, "Things I'll Do Differently When I Get Old." Learn More
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