Wilosophy celebrates 300 episodes 

Wil Anderson is celebrating the 300th episode of his interview-based podcast, Wilosophy, sitting down with American comedian Jimmy Pardo of the Never Not Funny podcast to mark the occasion. 

The podcast was started in 2014 with the hope of finding the meaning of life by “asking smart people stupid questions,” but Wil says he hasn’t cracked the code yet. 

“I’m sorry. After 300 attempts, we still haven’t figured out the meaning of life. I hope listeners have enjoyed the show anyway,” said Wil. 

For the 300th episode, Jimmy Pardo opens up for an intimate and vulnerable conversation. 

“Wil is a genius. He’s one of the funniest guys in the world. This is a very raw Jimmy Pardo. I’m very open and honest on that episode and it was a lot of fun to do,” said Pardo. 

As for the future of the Wilosophy – the show goes on, with Wil planning a lineup of upcoming Australian and international guests.

Guests include Australian comedians Adam HillsMel ButtleDave ThorntonAnne EdmondsThe Chaser’s Andrew Hanson2Day FM’s Ed Kavalee and Tripod’s Scott Edgar

Also joining Anderson in future episodes are American writer Josh Gondelman, UK comedian Phil Wang and American stand-up icon Jackie Kashian.

Wil’s entire back catalogue is available on LiSTNR, and LiSTNR Original Podcasts Head of Entertainment and Culture, Sam Cavanagh, says that’s no accident. 

“Wil Anderson is a true pioneer of podcasting in Australia and being a guest on Wilosophy is a rite of passage for many Australian performers,” said Cavanagh.

“We are ecstatic for Wil to have achieved this milestone and look forward to many, many more Wilosophy conversations.”

Listen to the 300th episode of Wilosophy and the complete back catalogue now on LiSTNR

Wilosophy is also available on Apple Podcasts | Spotify

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27 Sep 2023 - 12:59 pm

I don’t remember articles being written when The Little Dum Dum Club celebrated their 500 and 600th episodes, and some would argue they’re much better content then Wil.

28 Sep 2023 - 4:02 am

Wil who ? Yesterdays news.


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