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WTF with Marc Maron: Michael Keaton

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Broadcast Times: Sunday at 7pm on 93.9FM and 11pm on AM820

Michael Keaton is in the garage for a talk and he leaves nothing outside the door. Marc talks to Keaton about everything: his early stand-up career, his big break in Hollywood, the circumstances that led to him becoming Batman, Beetlejuice, and everything in between.

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WTF with Marc Maron: Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Broadcast Times: Sunday at 7pm on 93.9FM and 11pm on AM820

Mel Brooks opens up about his youthful days in Brooklyn, his time served in World War II and his triumphs on the big screen, the small screen and The Great White Way. Plus, Mel sets Marc up with Carl Reiner.

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WTF with Marc Maron: Molly Shannon

Sunday, August 04, 2013

Broadcast Times: Sunday at 7pm on 93.9FM and 11pm on AM820

Molly Shannon makes a visit to The Cat Ranch and Marc helps trace her path through the show business ranks, including a strange detour with Gary Coleman, leading to her amazing success at Saturday Night Live. Marc and Molly talk God, motherhood and how an early tragedy drove her ambition.

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WTF with Marc Maron: Jon Hamm and Bryan Cranston

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Broadcast Times: Sunday at 7pm on 93.9FM and 11pm on AM820

 Despite Marc’s wishes to the contrary, Jon Hamm is not much like Don Draper at all. In a Cat Ranch chat, Jon reveals what it was like to grow up in St. Louis, why he hung around a lot of alternative comedy shows in the 90s, and why a role on Mad Men saved his career.

Then Bryan Cranston talks to Marc about what led him to the role of Walter White in Breaking Bad. Along the way he almost became a cop, worked alongside some carnies, and was briefly wanted for murder.

 

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WTF with Marc Maron: Jonathan Winters

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Broadcast Times: Sunday at 7pm on 93.9FM and 11pm on AM820

In 2011, Marc headed north to Santa Barbara to sit with one of the giants of comedy, Jonathan Winters. At 85, he was still firing on all cylinders, creating characters on the spot and recalling old improv bits from decades ago. They discuss his storied career in comedy, film and art. It’s the history of modern comedy in one interview.

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