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Knowing: Robin Williams
Chances are Robin Williams has made you laugh, cry -- or cry laughing! -- at least once in your lifetime. From sweaty standup riffs to sitcom mayhem as Mork from Ork, to a powerful Oscar-winning performance in Good Will Hunting, Robin was an artist who was constantly pushing his craft. But behind these displays of brilliance was an isolated and often misunderstood man. From Macmillan Podcasts, Knowing: Robin Williams takes you inside the lawless and brilliant mind of one of America’s most beloved comedians. Join New York Times reporter Dave Itzkoff and host Kristy Westgard as they share...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 181 ratings
Not the most engaging
Too bad a podcast about a beloved comedy legend sounds so bland. The narration from the main host sounds overly scripted. The other host at least sounds conversational and alive.
heiseymc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/19
Loving it so far
Really enjoying it so far. Looking forward to more episodes. Hopefully this will be an ongoing series. A season on Belushi would be fantastic
Strummer101er via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/12/19
The reporting, research, narration and production are all pretty mediocre but the subject is so beloved that it’s ok.
FlaviamariaMSF via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/12/19
Recent Episodes
Robin caps off 20 years in show business with an Oscar-winning performance, but this is a brief high that can't last. A series of career duds and personal tragedy push Robin back into the depressive and addictive tendencies he's never fully addressed.  
Published 12/09/19
This week, we sit down with comedian Chris Gethard to talk about performing improv with Robin and the stigma of the depressed artist. 
Published 12/02/19
Robin shows he's leading man material with hits like Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society and Aladdin. But, his burgeoning film career cuts into time spent with his growing and changing family.  
Published 11/25/19
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