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Wil Anderson asks smart people stupid questions and tries to find out the meaning of life. Or something...
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WILOSOPHY with Damien Power

WILOSOPHY with Damien Power

2021-06-1302:19:49

Getting Wilosophical with Damien Power.Damien Power is a stand-up comedian, actor, writer and podcast from Australia. In this long form WILOSOPHY episode, Wil & Damien chat the Australian and international comedy circuit, their approaches to comedy and Damien's approach to finding excitement in life.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE:WILOSOPHY with Geraldine HickeyWILOSOPHY with Dave Lawson
WILOSOPHY with Karen O'Leary

WILOSOPHY with Karen O'Leary

2021-06-0601:07:251

Getting Wilosophical with Karen O’LearyKaren O’Leary is a writer, actor, comedian and former teacher from New Zealand. She played Officer O’Leary in Taika Waititi’s 2014 film, ‘What We Do in the Shadows,’ and is now reprising the role in the spin-off series, ‘Wellington Paranormal.’ She talks about her experience as a teacher, how she thinks the education system should change, and how she fell into acting accidentally.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Shelley WareWILOSOPHY with Cal Wilson
Getting Wilosophical with Akec Makur ChuotAkec Makur Chuot is an Australian rules footballer who plays for the Richmond Football Club as part of the AFLW Division. Akec tells the story of her journey - from her birth in South Sudan, spending twelve years in a refugee camp and her eventual AFLW premiership.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Tony ArmstrongWILOSOPHY with Wayne SchwassSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonAkec Makur Chuot
Getting Wilosophical with Andrew McCarthyAndrew McCarthy is an American actor, writer and television director best known for his roles in various films from the 1980s including St. Elmo’s Fire, Pretty in Pink, and of course, one of Wil’s favourites, Weekend at Bernie’s. Wil and Andrew talk about his experience being a star as a member of “The Brat Pack” and his philosophies toward work, travel, fatherhood and more.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Eddie PerfectWILOSOPHY with Ronny ChiengSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonAndrew McCarthy
Getting Wilosophical with Anna Piper ScottAnna Piper Scott is a stand up comedian and writer originally from Perth and currently based in Melbourne. Anna and Wil speak about her experience in the world of stand up comedy as a trans woman and the changing landscape of comedy.HELP ANNA PIPER SCOTT GET TOP SURGERYYOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Jordan RaskopolousWILOSOPHY with Michelle BrasierSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonAnna Piper Scott
Getting Wilosophical with Peter Helliar… again!Peter Helliar is a comedian, writer and television presenter from Australia. His television series, “How to Stay Married” has just entered its third season. Peter and Wil discuss the Australian television industry, writing for television, and talking about difficult subject matter to children.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Peter Helliar (Part 1)WILOSOPHY with Geraldine HickeyWILOSOPHY with Charlie PickeringSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonPeter Helliar
Getting Wilosophical with Linda MariglianoLinda Marigliano is a podcaster, television and radio presenter who is perhaps best known for her work on Triple J. More recently, she can be seen on ABC's "The Set" with Dylan Alcott, as well as in her new podcast project, "Brooke & Linda's Dream Club" with Brooke BoneyYOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Alex DysonWILOSOPHY with Michael HingSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonLinda Marigliano
WILOSOPHY with Melissa Doyle

WILOSOPHY with Melissa Doyle

2021-05-0901:00:211

Getting Wilosophical with Melissa Doyle.Melissa Doyle is an Australian journalist and television presenter. Her new project, "Age Against the Machine" explores the different cultural attitudes and beliefs around ageing, particularly looking at how women are perceived as they age.SUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonMelissa Doyle
WILOSOPHY with Amy Shark

WILOSOPHY with Amy Shark

2021-05-0201:28:39

Getting Wilosophical with Amy SharkAmy Shark is a musician and songwriter from Australia well known for songs such as "Adore" and "I Said Hi." Her second studio album "Cry Forever" launched in 2021.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Vance JoyWILOSOPHY with Jimmy BarnesSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonAmy Shark
Getting Wilosophical with Sam Mac... again!YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Sam Mac (Part 1)WILOSOPHY with Jimmy Barnes SUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonSam Mac's first appearance on WILOSOPHY
WILOSOPHY with Julia Morris

WILOSOPHY with Julia Morris

2021-04-2501:16:241

Getting Wilosophical with Julia MorrisJulia Morris is an Australian television presenter and comedian who currently hosts the reality television show, "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!" Julia speaks about her new book, "Julia Morris Makes It EASY" and her comedy career over the years.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Judith Lucy WILOSOPHY with Em RuscianoSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonJulia Morris
Getting Wilosophical with Steen RaskopoulosSteen Raskopoulos is a comedian, improviser and performer from Australia. Currently residing in London, Steen speaks about his experience living overseas during the pandemic.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Jordan RaskopoulosWILOSOPHY with Hamish BlakeSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonSteen Raskopoulos
Getting Wilosophical with Mark Samual BonannoMark Samual Bonanno is a performer, writer and comedian most well known for his work as one third of Aunty Donna's performing team. Alongside his partner, Naomi Higgins, his newest show "Why Are You Like This?" launches on ABC iView and Netflix in 2021.YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKEWILOSOPHY with Broden KellyWILOSOPHY with Naomi HigginsSUPPORT USPatreonTOFOP.comMerchFollow on InstagramFollow on TwitterWil AndersonMark Samual Bonanno
Getting Wilosophical with Judith Lucy... for the third time!
Getting Wilosophical with Michelle Brasier
Getting Wilosophical with Nelly Thomas... for the third time!
WILOSOPHY with Nina Oyama

WILOSOPHY with Nina Oyama

2021-03-2801:15:26

Getting Wilosophical with Nina Oyama
Getting Wilosophical with Russell Howard
WILOSOPHY with Kirsty Webeck

WILOSOPHY with Kirsty Webeck

2021-03-1401:48:161

Getting Wilosophical with Kirsty Webeck
Getting Wilosophical with Marty Sheargold... again!
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Comments (47)

Tom Fahie

Matey potatey

Apr 11th
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Carlo Barendilla

Woah!! truly enjoyed this one.. (massive call but this could be the best one yet!) got so much from both you. So good to hear about the man behind the poddie, credit to Chris Walker for making this happen. I think it deserves another listen and a donation

Feb 13th
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Penny Stewart

I don't listen to much Wilosophy but I came across this one and had so much nostalgia listening to Wil and Adam, reminded me of being in grade 11 and 12 listening to jjj mornings. A great interview and very entertaining ❤️

Sep 24th
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Joanne Swifte

38:30 - Yes, Jen Kirkman. 🙌

Sep 8th
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daniel urwand

great episode!!

Aug 24th
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Sarah Louise

Amazing guest!

Aug 21st
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Adam Walnut Walo

One of this best!

Jul 30th
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David Lombardi

awesome podcast and great interviewer. Big fan of the Rusciano chats and glad to know I'm not alone with the loud chewing. Apparently it's a thing 🤷‍♂️

Jul 29th
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Sarah Louise

Love you will - but quit the long intros!

Jul 8th
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lyez

🤦🏼‍♀️I really thought I was the only person who can't say their own name 😂

Jun 17th
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Elise Burriss

Yep the 'bigger' guys don't feel threatened by you but can also see your worth. Similar experience as an engineer. The more competent guys don't feel threatened by you because they are comfortable in their abilities and can see your worth so treat you as an equal. Unfortunately there aren't many of them. The shit guys outweigh the good ones by a long way.

May 1st
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Teresa Wilkinson

I listen to a myriad of podcasts always trying to have an open mind and hear what others have to say but at the end of the day what comforts me most are the voices of Australians and though we may agree or disagree we are Australians, we're trying to figure it out in the best way we can

Apr 27th
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Greg Barnett

a wonderfully eloquent, thoughtful and thought provoking discussion.

Mar 5th
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Nerissa

This was life changing for me. Normally I go from one podcast to another, but I had to take time to really digest this. I remember a lecture at uni that described the way that 2% of the population think about issues, upstream thinking - both of you are in this 2%.

Mar 1st
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Nina Zeidan

What an extraordinary interviewer you are Will. The interviewee squirmed lthe whole time like he was being asked to explain how he got to the answer for a maths equation - it was excruciating. I don't doubt he is a creative gem, but like a wild animal, he does his thing & hates to be asked to explain his world view. Your sensitivity to his discomfort & gentle questioning was masterful in creating content worth hearing to its conclusion 💖

Nov 5th
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Nina Zeidan

Thank you for introducing me to an extraordinary, articulate individual. Your interview opened up another uplifting podcast that uplifted & inspires. Love your work Osher - thank you 💖

Oct 6th
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Teresa Wilkinson

I listened to Jane Gilmore, Marieke Hardy and Clementine Ford in conversation with Wil, and what struck me was how well-thought-out and how well delivered those women's thoughts were compared to this guy, (Cory White) he got to cum,cock and s*** so quickly in his conversation it made my head spin, but not only that he just doesn't seem to know yet who he really is, or to have sorted out his thoughts about what happened to him and be able to articulate those experiences with a clear intent, even if that was to say he was still working through, trying to make sense of, or bewildered by those experiences, for instance when he was trying to articulate his thoughts about suffering I just felt he'd taken the lazy man's way out and said that we all suffer and there's no real way of understanding suffering, whereas Marika turned her suffering into a tool to understand herself, and to empathize with others it was just all a bit disappointing

Sep 16th
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Diana Hunt

keep talking. Talk. life needs it.

Aug 6th
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Annie Meadows

Brilliant episode. Engrossing engaging so so good 👌

Aug 4th
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Christine Norman

Dang it you made me cry :(

Aug 1st
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