All Things Comedy presents Bill Burr’s “Monday Morning Podcast,” a comedic, rant-tastic bonanza where any topic is fair fodder. In episodes, Bill riffs and is often joined by special guests. Listeners will hear what’s on Bill’s mind, life updates, relationship advice, and he’ll share news alerts. You might even hear about the Illuminati!
Tune into “Monday Morning Podcast” episodes in any order, since they’re so random. New episodes are posted semiweekly and tend to run from an hour to nearly three hours long. Since 2011, Bill has hosted over 940 episodes and does not appear to plan on stopping anytime soon. On Apple Podcasts, “Monday Morning Podcast” is the proud recipient of over 29,000 ratings with a 4.8/5 average rating.
In a recent episode of Podsauce, host Travis Wingfield from “Drive Time” shared his love of comedy podcasts like “Monday Morning Podcast.” His other favorite shows include “This is Important,” “2 Bears, 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer,” “The Always Sunny Podcast.” Travis is an NFL and Miami Dolphins expert and also tunes into sports shows like “Bootleg Football.”
Recently, Bill discussed training and getting in shape for his upcoming acting gig. He also unpacked his last shows of 2021, saying that he had a great time making fun of Arizona and Hollywood. Bill has a slew of upcoming American tour dates in 2022, so check out his website to learn more if you’d like to catch a set in person.
In recent episodes, Bill discussed the college football playoffs, Kenny G, bad internet code, and adulting. In December, Jim Gaffigan appeared on two episodes to explore comedy styles, clown diets, lobsters, and more banter.
Bill hosts another podcast with comedian Paul Virzi called “Anything Better? Podcast.” Bill’s acting credits include Daddy’s Home, The Front Runner, Breaking Bad, Black or White, and Stand Up Guys, just to name a few. In 2012, Bill co-authored the book, Cheat, with Joe DeRosa and Robert Kelly. The writing was inspired by a short film by the same name, which they co-wrote, produced, and starred in.
For new, semiweekly episodes of Bill Burr’s “Monday Morning Podcast,” tune in wherever you listen to your favorite shows.