Episodes
Published 12/02/21
Getting Wilosophical with Simon Kennedy. Simon Kennedy is Australian comedian, author and dad.
Published 12/02/21
Getting Wilosophical with Jimmy Carr Jimmy Carr is a British comedian known for his work on shows such as '8 out of 10 Cats,' and his stand-up comedy shows. His new book, 'Before & Laughter' is a story of Jimmy turning it all around after being bored in his 20s. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Dara O'Briain WILOSOPHY with Aisling Bea
Published 11/28/21
Getting Wilosophical with Eddie Perfect... again. Eddie Perfect is an Australian musician, writer and actor who has written music for Broadway musicals like Beetlejuice and King Kong: The Musical, as well as working with Kylie Minogue on an Australian tourism advertising campaign for British audiences. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Eddie Perfect WILOSOPHY with Gyton Grantley
Published 11/25/21
Getting Wilosophical with Laurie Kilmartin. Laurie Kilmartin is an American comedian and writer. Her brand new comedy album, "Corset" is now available to stream on Spotfiy and other music streaming services. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Aisling Bea WILOSOPHY with Beth Stelling
Published 11/21/21
Getting Wilosophical with Andy Griffiths. Andy Griffiths is an author of kids book such as the "Just" series, The Day My Bum Went Psycho, and more recently, the "Treehouse" series. Andy tells the story of his journey from being in a punk rock band, to making goofy, comedy books for kids. Plus, advice as to how to get kids interested in reading. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Max Barry WILOSOPHY with Christian O'Connell
Published 11/14/21
Getting Wilosophical with Kaz Cooke. Kaz Cooke is an author and cartoonist from Australia known for her advice and self-help books for girls and women, such as 'The Modern Girl's Guide to Safe Sex,' and 'Girl Stuff.' Her new book, 'You're Doing It Wrong,' discusses the substantial amount of bad advice that has been given out to women throughout time! YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Clare Bowditch WILOSOPHY with Clementine Ford
Published 11/07/21
Getting Wilosophical with Tosh Greenslade. Tosh Greenslade is an Australian actor and author best known for his work on Shaun Micallef's 'Mad as Hell.' In 2020, he published a satirical comedy book, 'The Scomo Diaries.' YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Shaun Micallef WILOSOPHY with Michelle Brasier
Published 10/31/21
Getting Wilosophical with Declan Fay. Declan Fay is a comedy writer, director and podcaster who has worked on shows such as Rove & Ronny Chieng: International Student. He is also the creator of the narrative podcast, "Crossbread," which has garnered critical acclaim. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Ronny Chieng WILOSOPHY with Damien Power
Published 10/28/21
Getting Wilosophical with Christiaan Van Vuuren. Christiaan Van Vuuren is an actor, writer and director from Sydney who is known for his web series "Bondi Hipsters." His new miniseries, "Big Deal," sees him investigate Australia's political donation system and how it influences democracy. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Craig Reucassel WILOSOPHY with Charles Firth
Published 10/24/21
Getting Wilosophical with Charlie Pickering. Charlie Pickering is a comedian and writer from Australia known for his satirical news show, The Weekly. Charlie has appeared on WILOSOPHY twice in the past, in 2015 and 2020. His newest project, "The Time Traveller's Guide to Not Dying" is an Audible original show that is available now. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Charlie Pickering (Part 1) WILOSOPHY with Charlie Pickering (Part 2)
Published 10/17/21
Aisling Bea is an Irish comedian, actress and writer perhaps known best for her comedy-drama series, "This Way Up," which she wrote and produced. Starting off the recording by having a postage dilemma, Aisling and Wil have a long and thoughtful conversation about comedy, life and philosophy. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Dara O'Briain WILOSOPHY with Jen Kirkman
Published 10/10/21
Getting Wilosophical with Luke Darcy Luke Darcy is a former Australian rules footballer and current radio and television presenter covering AFL. Luke and Wil chat about the Darcy family's history with AFL, his time playing for the Western Bulldogs, and moving into the media after his playing career. Luke's new podcast 'Empowering Leaders' is available now via LiSTNR. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Neroli Meadows WILOSOPHY with Wayne Schwass
Published 10/03/21
Getting Wilosophical with Dr. Yves Rees Dr. Yves Rees is a writer, historian, podcast and currently a lecturer in History at La Trobe University in Melbourne. Dr. Rees' new book, "All About Yves" is a memoir about the trans experience in which they explore their realisation that they were transgender at age 30. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Hannah Mouncey WILOSOPHY with Anna Piper Scott
Published 09/26/21
Getting Wilosophical with Max Barry Max Barry is an Australian author known for novels such as 'Syrup,' 'Jeniffer Government,' and his most recent novel, 'The 22 Murders of Madison May.' A high school friend of Wil's, Max was on of the first guests to ever appear on WILOSOPHY way back in 2015. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Todd Sampson WILOSOPHY with Ben Lee
Published 09/19/21
Getting Wilosophical with Bridie Jabour. Bridie Jabour is a writer and journalist who had her life changed during a near death experience in a truck accident that nearly killed her whole family. She speaks about her new book, 'Trivial Grievances' and how she became better at what's important. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Clem Bastow WILOSOPHY with Clare Bowditch
Published 09/12/21
Getting Wilosophical with Suren Jayemanne. Suren Jayemanne is a writer and stand-up comedian, as well as a qualified (but not practising!) accountant. Suren speaks to Wil about getting into comedy after working as an accountant, and his experience being raised Catholic. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Dilruk Jayasinha WILOSOPHY with Jan Fran
Published 09/05/21
Getting Wilosophical with Jenna Owen. Jenna Owen is a writer and comedian best known for her work as one half of comedy duo Freudian Nip. She has worked on SBS's The Feed, as well as directing and writing for The Chaser's War on 2020. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Vic Zerbst WILOSOPHY with Mark Humphries
Published 08/29/21
Getting Wilosophical with Dave Woodhead. Dave Woodhead is a comedian and radio announcer, who currently hosts the Lunch shift on Triple J. Dave talks about his experience growing up in Darwin and getting into comedian in his teens, to where he is now. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Linda Marigliano WILOSOPHY with Alex Dyson
Published 08/22/21
Getting Wilosophical with Luke Heggie Luke Heggie is a stand-up comedian who was recently nominated for Best Show at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. He speaks with Wil about his stand-up journey and balancing working another job while doing comedy. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Osher Gunsberg WILOSOPHY with Becky Lucas
Published 08/17/21
Getting Wilosophical with Danielle Walker. Danielle Walker is a stand-up comedian and writer from Townsville who won the Best Newcomer award at the 2018 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. She speaks about her journey into stand up comedy and her life growing up in the country. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Nina Oyama WILOSOPHY with Tom Ballard
Published 08/15/21
Getting Wilosophical with Luke McGregor Luke McGregor is a writer, comedian and actor from Australia known for his work on shows such as 'Rosehaven,' 'Luke Warm Sex' and 'Utopia.' YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Celia Pacquola WILOSOPHY with Charlie Pickering
Published 08/08/21
Getting Wilosophical with Mark Humphries. Mark Humphries is a comedian, writer and satirist best known for his work on The Feed and ABC's 7.30. His new book "On Politics and Stuff' is available now. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: WILOSOPHY with Charles Firth WILOSOPHY with Vic Zerbst
Published 08/01/21
Getting Wilosophical with Vic Zerbst Vic is an Australian TV writer, actor and comedian best known for her work as one half of comedy duo Freudian Nip with her writing partner Jenna Owen. Vic has performed for SBS's The Feed as well as co-directing The Chaser's WAR ON 2020 web series, which was acclaimed for its break out sketch, 'The Contact Tracies." Vic speaks about her extensive philosophical knowledge in this conversation with Wil about the meaning of life! YOU MIGHT ALSO...
Published 07/25/21
Getting Wilosophical with Clem Bastow. Clem Bastow is a screenwriter, autism advocate and cultural critic who has written regularly for The Saturday Paper and The Guardian. In 2018, she wrote an article for the age with the headline, "I was diagnosed as on the spectrum at 36, suddenly things made sense," and expands on this headline in her new book, Late Bloomer. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE WILOSOPHY with Carly Findlay WILOSOPHY with Clementine Ford
Published 07/18/21