What's this all about?

The Daily Show Podcast without Jon Stewart takes you behind the scenes with the writers, producers and correspondents who make the show. Everyone but Jon, really. New episodes premiere every other week. And now, a word from Jon Stewart.

New Episode

Episode 03: Michael Che, Travon Free & Jo Miller

Correspondent Michael Che and writers Travon Free and Jo Miller remember The Daily Show's coverage of the events surrounding Michael Brown's shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. The hosts discuss their personal experiences with two different but equally maddening facts of life: racial profiling and Twitter trolls. As he departs to co-host Weekend Update on SNL, Che looks back at his summer at The Daily Show and shares tweets of encouragement from SNL legends. Plus, your Twitter questions answered, a brand new #MyDailyShowTheme winner, and more.

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Episode 02

Episode 02: Jason Jones & Zhubin Parang

Correspondent Jason Jones and writer Zhubin Parang welcome field producer Brennan Shroff for a look back at Jason's recent reporting from Russia and India, including the time Jones found himself stuck on top of an elephant. The Daily Show's senior researcher Adam Chodikoff explains how he remembers decades-old Senate speeches and helps Jon and the writers stay on a factually sound footing. Chodikoff is put to the test in the new game "Stump The Chods" and the first winner of #MyDailyShowTheme is revealed. Submit yours!

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Premiere

Episode 01: Elliott Kalan & Jessica Williams

Head writer Elliott Kalan and correspondent Jessica Williams welcome producer Sara Taksler and writer Jo Miller for a conversation about mining comedy out of the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. Then, veteran Daily Show writer J.R. Havlan looks back on 18 years at the show. Finally, musically inclined listeners are invited to create their own unique covers of The Daily Show theme song using the hashtag #MyDailyShowTheme.

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The Daily Show Podcast without Jon Stewart is produced by Ramin Hedayati, David Klatt, Kristen Everman, and Eliza Cossio.

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