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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 Joke-Off

Sam Hoffman and Eric Spiegelman, Editors

Following in the footsteps of the already bestselling (LA Times list) Old Jews Telling Jokes, The Joke-Off is a unique-to-audio collection. Learn More
John Goblikon's Guide to Living Your Best Life

by John Goblikon with Brandon Dermer & Dave Rispoli; read by John Goblikon & Nicky “Scorpion” Calonne

John Goblikon walks listeners through crucial life steps, from becoming internet famous, to getting dates with special someones, to even correct ordering techniques for the perfect meal at Chili's. Learn More
Improv Nation

by Sam Wasson; read by David deVries

From the bestselling author of Fosse, a sweeping yet intimate—and often hilarious—history of a uniquely American art form that has never been more popular. Sam Wasson charts the meteoric rise of improv in this richly reported, scene-driven narrative that, like its subject, moves fast and digs deep. Learn More
The Improbability of Love

by Hannah Rothschild; read by Adam James and Kristin Atherton

Reeling from a sudden breakup, thirty-one-year-old Annie McDee is rummaging through a secondhand shop, when an anonymous old painting catches her eye. The artwork becomes hers, and Annie begins to suspect that it may be more valuable than she'd thought. Soon she is pursued by parties who would do anything to possess her picture: an exiled Russian oligarch, an avaricious sheikha, an unscrupulous art dealer. In her search for the painting's identity, Annie will unwittingly discover some of the darkest secrets of European history—and the possibility of falling in love again. Learn More
I Think There's Another Terrorist In My Soup

David Brenner; performed by the author

This release completes Brenner's recording of I Think There's a Terrorist in My Soup, his brilliant, healing post-9/11 comedy collection. Learn More
I Think There's a Terrorist in My Soup

David Brenner; performed by the author

Brenner offers brilliant comic riffs—well-tested on his audiences—on a wide range of issues, from the personal to the political. Learn More
I Heart Oklahoma!

by Roy Scranton; read by Rebecca Gibel

Roy Scranton, controversial and critically acclaimed, brings us a formally daring road trip into the heart of present-day America. Learn More
How to Win the War on Truth

by Samuel C. Spitale; read by Patrick Lawlor

Made to Stick by Chip Heath meets Thing Explainer by Randall Munroe in this guide to navigating today's post-truth landscape, filled with examples of modern-day propaganda campaigns. Learn More
How to Tell a Joke

by Marcus Tullis Ciccero, Michael Fontaine; read by Roger Clark

How to Tell a Joke provides a lively new translation of Cicero's essential writing on humor alongside that of the later Roman orator and educator Quintilian. The result is a timeless practical guide to how a well-timed joke can win over any audience. Learn More
How to Talk Minnesotan

Howard Mohr; performed by Howard Mohr and an ensemble cast

Speak with confidence when using Minnesota words and phrases to make indirect commands and statements. Feel at ease constructing whole conversations based on “the weather”. Learn More
How to Be a Man (Whatever That Means)

by James Breakwell; read by James Breakwell

In a series of funny, sharply observed, and occasionally poignant essays, everyone's favorite internet-famous father of four daughters lays down a lifetime of lessons in what it means to be a man. Learn More
The Happiest People in the World

Brock Clarke; read by Adam Black

A wickedly funny and subversive look at America’s basic tenets—under the guise of a political thriller—from the bestselling author of The Arsenist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England. Learn More
Growing Up Lutheran

Janet Letnes Martin and Suzann (Johnson) Nelson; read by Janet Letnes Martin and Suzann (Johnson) Nelson

If you search for the word ‘coffee’ in the Bible, if you're pretty sure that all the pairs of animals in Noah’s Ark were married, and if you know that Heaven is up and Hell is down, you'll love Growing Up Lutheran. If the Lutherans you know seem rather, er, mysterious, it will do you good.” Learn More
Graced by Waters

by John Dietsch; foreword by Paul VanDevelder; read by Jim Denison

John Dietsch—fly fishing coordinator and stuntman for Brad Pitt on the timeless film A River Runs Through It—explores our connection to the outdoors through the prism of fly fishing and investigates its transformative and healing power in the face of loss. Learn More
Girl, Stop Passing Out in Your Makeup

by Zara Barrie; read by Zara Barrie

Finally, a self-help book for the millennial party girl who hates bullshit advice from "experts" who know nothing about the trauma of drinking and sex, the acute pressure of keeping up with the rest of the Adderall poppin' world, and the insecurity that comes along with feeling like you have to be thin and gorgeous and sparkly in order to be seen.

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George Carlin Reads to You (New Expanded CD Edition)

Great comedy at a great value! This gift set gathers three timeless Carlin recordings including two Grammy® winners, plus—exclusive to this CD edition—an interview from public radio’s Fresh Air. Learn More
George Carlin Reads to You (Digital Edition)

George Carlin; performed by George Carlin

Great comedy and a good deal, this new gift set gathers three timeless Carlin recordings including two Grammy® winners.

Includes Brain Droppings, Napalm & Silly Putty, and More Napalm and Silly Putty. Learn More
The Funny Stuff

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

A compendium of quotes and riffs by P. J. O'Rourke on subjects ranging from government to fishing to apps, to be published on what would have been his seventy-fifth birthday. Learn More
Fresh Air: Laughs

Terry Gross; interviews with comedians

A collection of interviews with top comedians from the award-winning NPR interviewer Terry Gross. Learn More
Fresh Air: Just for Laughs

Terry Gross; interviewees

Some of the funniest people on the planet share their stories and humor with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross. Learn More
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