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Comedy Factory from CBC Radio: Episodes

Too bad laughter isn't the best medicine for the environment.
We've got the Debaters deciding the fate of the Senate, The Irrelevant Show smashing stereotypes, DNTO saving the animals and a whole lot of earthy humour. Pesticide-free.
Not cool enough for Lollapalooza? Not enough of a dirt-bag for Coachella? We have a DNTO story from the CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (where jean shorts and chevron tank-tops are the minority), The Debaters, and Archie gets gritty...like feet at Coachella.
Don't jinx it, but it's spring time in Canada. Time for words of wisdom from Coach at the Irrelevant Show, fewer embarrassing car crash stories (via DNTO), small talk at social gatherings with The Debaters and time to parade that royal baby around.
No need to worry about a bucket of water over your door with THIS podcast. Instead, we have Rick Mercer, an epic movie speech from the Irrelevant Show, a skimpy story from DNTO and a guilt trip about your old light bulbs from host Jane Testar.
We give Finance Minister Jim Flaherty a send-off with Rick Mercer and a sketch from the vault. The Irrelevant Show teaches us an ancient Canadian form of self-defence and the Debaters discuss the value of free edumacation...and apparently we need it.
Done with winter? Bieber? Deciding between apples and oranges? Threats of another Quebec referendum? Apologetic press conferences?
Commiserate with us in this podcast.
*Wawa pedal guitar*
The Debaters tackle online dating, the Irrelevant Show knows a guy who really loves the ladies, John Wing has a...not so sexy doppelganger and The Fixer tries to get you away from your porn...well the screen in general.
We look at Canadian pride and shame.
From a historic moment from the Irrelevant Show, to Rob Ford's probability factors, to Canadians feeling pride outside a sporting event on The Fixer, and Rick Mercer isn't that proud of a certain Liberal leader these
Canada brings home Olympic glory, while DNTO storyteller Mark Kuly steals meat from a buffet. Rick Mercer feels like Canada's election laws are coming in dead last and the Debaters (Trevor Boris and Alan Park)argue the value of reality TV.
Which comic book musical is the Irrelevant Show this week: The Hulk
Which is better, clowns or magicians: The Debaters discusses
What is DNTO's guilty pleasure: Eavesdropping
Which radio columnist wants you to think twice about Valentine's Day Survival
The spirit of competition drives us!
James Gangl tells his story of striving for 'not last' on DNTO, The Debaters square off on wacky baby names, host Jane Testar takes on beauty standards...of mannequins, and The Irrelevant Show makes fun of Ben Mulrone
Jane's back and January is gone.
While some giant rat tries to tell us our future, we've got the Debaters, The Irrelevant Show, Rick Mercer and The Fixer to keep us warm.
This week, Jane escapes from frozen Winnipeg. So our guest host warms you up with comedy from the Debaters, Rick Mercer, and... Jane Testar.
Oh right, winter isn't over.
We can't escape its icy claws, but we can warm ourselves with a sketch from the Irrelevant show, Rick Mercer is hot with anger over money mismanagement, DNTO has an unexpected story about selling a snow blower, and host Jane
We may be in between miniature ice ages, but this reprieve in the crazy weather distract us from what's important...Super hero movies!
The Irrelevant show finds a problem with the upcoming "Ant Man" movie, Rick Mercer isn't going to let Canada Post go wi
New year, new edition of our podcast!
Stay warm with comedy from the Debaters as they fight over the value of family vacations, learn how your family pet is plotting against you with the Irrelevant Show and find out just how cold it IS...
Our favorite sketches and the biggest news stories of 2013.
Host Jane Testar takes you on a journey so epic, it makes Game of Thrones seem like Peter Rabbit.
This ain't your Grandma's 'best of' list.
Although, she's perfectly welcome to listen. We wou
Learn how to party politely from the manly Pedro Mendes, we open the vault to help Canada Post make money, and This is That talks to a guy who thought Y2K was actually a thing and as a result...probably doesn't know where Nunavut is.
We all have to do things we don't want to do.
Mike Green recounts being forced to perform a scientific experiment on his own father, The Fixer fixes the dreaded office holiday party and The Debaters argue the merits of Quebec's charter of values.
Now g
Your true love (us) gives to you (you):
One Pedro Mendes challenging men to give up beer.
One Jane Testar trying to get you to stop swearing online, dammit.
And one Rick Mercer...possibly in a pear tree.
Please wait...