I host a comedy podcast with Accessible Media called Say What!? Every week, I invite a different comedian on the show, and we take a hilarious and irreverent look at the week’s headlines. It’s funny, sometimes outrageous and always entertaining. Listener discretion is advised.
You can listen to it on television on AMI-audio on Fridays and Saturdays at 10 pm. (Check here for what channel AMI-audio is in your area)
You can also catch it on AMI’s Sirius or XM Radio channels – Channel 172 on both platforms.
And you can listen to it RIGHT HERE. Check out all the awesome episodes we’ve already recorded. From here on out, I’ll be posting a new episode every week. I hope you enjoy it. If you have any questions you’d like to hear answered in an episode, send them my way on the ol’ Twitter. Huge shout-out to my studio technician on the show, Michael Iantorno.
February 27 – Hunter Collins
Hunter is the host of Weedy Wednesdays, every Wednesday at Vapor Central downtown Toronto. He tours Canada with Yuk Yuk’s, and you can also catch him on Video On Trial on Muchmusic.
March 8 – Dave Merheje
In 2011, Dave won Just For Laugh’s Homegrown Comic Award and NOW Magazine’s Award for Toronto’s Best Male Stand-up. He was also on the popular MTV program MTV Live.
March 15 – Monty Scott
Monty Scott is the ultimate comic’s comic – his jokes and his off-the-cuff riffs are second to none. You can catch him touring all across the country with Comedy Records.
March 22 – Kris Siddiqi
Kris has written and starred in 3 main stage revues with the Second City Toronto. Currently, he is part of an incredible sketch troupe called Primo and also hosts a monthly 2-person improv comedy show called Egg Zeppelin.
March 29 – Amanda Brooke Perrin
Amanda was nominated for Best Stand-Up Newcomer at the 2010 Canadian Comedy Awards. In 2012, she performed at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland and the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston.
April 5 – Alex Pavone
NOW Magazine had this to say about Alex: “He emanates a restless energy, and there’s a sense of danger and unpredictability about him. At the same time, he’s oddly likable.”
April 12 – Sarah Hillier
Sarah is currently performing with Toronto’s Second City in their National Touring Company. She is also a former cast member of the Sketchersons, a very popular Toronto sketch troupe. In 2011, she won the Canadian Comedy Award for best female improviser.
April 19 – Sandra Battaglini
Sandra has performed stand-up all over Canada and the U.S. She is also an accomplished stage performer in other realms, putting on her own solo shows and acting in productions such as the Vagina Monologues. Furthermore, she is a very well-respected clown.
April 26 – Steve Patrick Adams
Steve produces a stand-up show on the last Wednesday of every month at Comedy Bar in Toronto with Chuckle Co. I’m part of the group too, coincidentally. He produces web-comics, articles and videos for the comedy website, Bite.ca. Last year, Steve took home the prize for Best Stand-up Newcomer at the Canadian Comedy Awards.
May 3 – Barry Taylor
Barry is a radio personality on Y108 in Hamilton, Ontario and a hilarious stand-up comedian. He also founded Comedy Records, a record label devoted to putting out awesome Canadian comedy and putting on great live shows.
May 10 – Jordan Foisy
Jordan took home the ‘Open Mic Hero’ award at this year’s I Heart Joke Awards, a Toronto-based comedy awards show. He’s also a member of Chuckle Co, a hilarious comedy collective that puts on a show at Comedy Bar in Toronto every Wednesday. Full disclosure: I’m also a part of Chuckle Co (join the Facebook group on the right!).