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Matt Morgan’s Funny How?
Matt is obsessed with what people find funny and why. In each episode he’ll be joined by a special guest to explore what tickles their pickle answering those all important questions such as ‘Which parent does Noel Gallagher get his funny bones from?’ or ‘Does Jimmy Carr find his own laugh as disturbing as the rest of the world?’ It’s going to get a bit dark, more than a bit weird and sometimes you might even learn something useful as he enlists the help of celebrities and experts in a futile attempt to make sense of what makes us laugh.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 1,033 ratings
The Don
We are, or rather I am happy just to hear you ramble Matt. Some people are just born funny.
brilliant phillip via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/28/20
The Best 5*
The Best 5*
_lblk via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/28/20
So happy to see Matt back!!!
The last podcast was the best... you talking to Rob Beckett is hilarious....
Manda1973 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/27/20
Recent Episodes
This week’s show is a self-isolation extravaganza featuring Noel Gallagher, Rob Beckett and Haze Outdoors all coping with lockdown in their own special ways (basically alcohol). Follow Matt on Instagram: @mattunderscoremorgan
Published 03/24/20
On this episode my guest is no one. Just me, in my kitchen at 1AM talking into my laptop answering your questions. Strange times. Humanity will come out of this stronger. (The pandemic, not this hour of podcast drivel) Follow Matt on Instagram: @mattunderscoremorgan
Published 03/17/20
On this episode Matt talks to prop comic Spencer Jones about French clowns, undercover fathers and having white eyelashes. If you want to watch The Passenger which they talk about you can here - https://youtu.be/ZBxGk8xuZoY Follow Matt on Instagram: @mattunderscoremorgan
Published 03/02/20
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