Radio Comedy - Internet Stations
The AccuRadio Comedy online network of entertainment channels includes a fine audio stream featuring famous comedians.
Hours of great comics, including George Carlin, Milton Berle, Richard Jeni and Jackie Martling. It's a comedy club on your computer. Radio-like, but with a limited playlist. WARNING: Explicit, uncensored content!
Classic British radio humour resurfaces with 7 to 10 hours of daily scheduled sitcoms, quiz shows, and stand-up comedy. More funny programming is available here for sister station BBC Radio 4.
Listen now, non-stop television theme songs. Hear sitcoms and comedy-related melodies, featured heavily in the mix.
The XM Radio service via satellite offers several comedy stations. Hear lengthy program samples online with major comedians.
An American classic. The beloved skinflint's 1932-55 network radio sitcom and variety show can be heard in continuous streaming audio at Live365. Jack Benny transitioned this comedy series into television, 1950-65.
Desktop comedy radio featuring a mix of big names and new talent. Uncensored.
The hits and ping pong ball eyes keep on coming! Around-the-clock Muppet warbling. Pretty cool, if you can withstand the bleeding ear lesions induced by Fozzie Bear's "Silver Bells." (You might have better luck connecting to Muppet Central Radio through Live365.)
Hours of non-stop rude and crude prank phone calls from the Jerky Boys, Roy D. Mercer, Jim Florentine, Tom Mabe, The Touch-Tone Terrorists, and others are streamed at Live365. Sizzling obscenities mar some of these calls, but the ones that connect bring tears to listeners. Alternate access to the audio feed is available here.
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