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''WTF with Marc Maron'' is a podcast hosted by stand-up comedian Marc Maron that premiered in 2009. An edited and censored version of the podcast began airing on radio in 2012.

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''WTF with Marc Maron'' is a podcast hosted by stand-up comedian Marc Maron Creator/MarcMaron that premiered in 2009. An edited and censored version of the podcast began airing on radio in 2012.


Episodes may be found on the [[http://www.wtfpod.com/ podcast's official website]], though older episodes are behind a paywall.

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Episodes may be found on the [[http://www.wtfpod.com/ podcast's official website]], though older episodes are behind a paywall.
paywall. Otherwise, many such episodes can be found unofficially on Website/YouTube.


** Marc's 2010 interview with Creator/RobinWilliams caused waves as Williams took the opportunity to go into detail about his struggles with sobriety and mental illness as well as suicidal thoughts.

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** Marc's 2010 interview with Creator/RobinWilliams caused waves as Williams took the opportunity to go into detail about his struggles with sobriety and mental illness health as well as suicidal thoughts.


** Marc's 2015 interview with UsefulNotes/BarackObama made history as it was the first time a US president ever appeared on a podcast[[note]]The White House even went through the logistical nightmare of having President Obama meet Marc at his home rather than having Marc come to the White House. This was due to the communications staff not wanting to irk more traditional journalists by appearing to provide him with privileged access.[[/note]]. Alongside the historic first and their in-depth conversation, President Obama made headlines with his frank use of the n-word when speaking of race in America.

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** Marc's 2015 interview with UsefulNotes/BarackObama made history as it was the first time a US president ever appeared on a podcast[[note]]The White House even went through the logistical nightmare of having President Obama meet Marc at his home rather than having Marc come to the White House. This was due to the communications staff not wanting to irk more traditional journalists by appearing to provide him with privileged access.[[/note]]. Alongside the historic first and their in-depth conversation, President Obama made headlines with his frank use of the n-word when speaking of race in America. This episode is so important, [[http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episodes/episode_613_-_president_barack_obama?rq=obama Marc keeps it and its companion analysis free for anyone to listen]].


* MilestoneCelebration: The [=1000th=] episode was an extra long edition where Marc sat down with Brendan [=McDonald=], his producer, to talk about the genesis of the podcast and the struggles they went through to turn it into a success.

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''WTF with Marc Maron'' is a podcast hosted by stand-up comedian Marc Maron that premiered in 2009. An edited and censored version of the podcast began airing on radio in 2012.

In each episode, Marc sits down with a guest to speak at length about the guest's personal and professional lives.

The podcast is critically acclaimed for Maron's skills as an interviewer and his ability to get guests to open up and speak candidly about some very intimate subjects.

Episodes may be found on the [[http://www.wtfpod.com/ podcast's official website]], though older episodes are behind a paywall.

See also ''Series/{{Maron}}'', which depicts a fictional version of Marc Maron working on his podcast.

!This podcast provides examples of the following:

* AllJewsAreAshkenazi: Marc occasionally mentions that his genealogy is Ashkenazi Jew for as long back as his family can trace.
* MilestoneCelebration: The [=1000th=] episode was an extra long edition where Marc sat down with Brendan [=McDonald=], his producer, to talk about the genesis of the podcast and the struggles they went through to turn it into a success.
* OneSteveLimit: Marc once agreed to an interview believing he would be speaking to Creator/KevinMcDonald from ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' only to find out that he'd agreed to meet Kevin ''Mac''Donald (the director of ''Film/TheLastKingOfScotland''). Marc later interviewed ''Mc''Donald and packaged the two interviews together into a single episode.
* RageQuit: Creator/{{Gallagher}} angrily stormed out of his interview, claiming that Marc was being intentionally contrarian.
* VerySpecialEpisode: Two episodes are cited as being particularly notable and bringing international attention to the podcast.
** Marc's 2010 interview with Creator/RobinWilliams caused waves as Williams took the opportunity to go into detail about his struggles with sobriety and mental illness as well as suicidal thoughts.
** Marc's 2015 interview with UsefulNotes/BarackObama made history as it was the first time a US president ever appeared on a podcast[[note]]The White House even went through the logistical nightmare of having President Obama meet Marc at his home rather than having Marc come to the White House. This was due to the communications staff not wanting to irk more traditional journalists by appearing to provide him with privileged access.[[/note]]. Alongside the historic first and their in-depth conversation, President Obama made headlines with his frank use of the n-word when speaking of race in America.

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