Aparna Nancherla is a joke entrepreneur who pedals in both writing and performance. Her artistic journey took off in Washington D.C. (it’s all about the Washingtons), but she now makes her way in Los Angeles, city of dream journals. Her credits include NBC Stand Up for Diversity Finalist and College Tour, Last Comic Standing, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, SF Sketchfest, the Bentzen Ball, the Aspen Rooftop Comedy Festival, the Great American Comedy Festival, NPR, Reader’s Digest, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post Magazine, XM Radio, Slate V, and the WTF Podcast with Marc Maron.
Comedian Aparna Nancherla (Late Night with Seth Myers) is back to chart it up with Howard and Kulap! Hamilton, pre-fame Michael Shannon, and Aparna's new stand-up album "Just Putting It Out There" is discussed as they count down Stereogum's 5 Best Songs…Listen
As a depressive on the go, you probably need a little help balancing work, family and that 800 pound knitted mass of negative-thought-loops that's slowly crushing your will to live. If so, talk to your doctor about Blue Woman Group. In this…Listen
Secrets are told, and sides are taken as Aparna "Parana" Nancherla sits down for this week's Who Charted with Howard and Kulap! Howard and Aparna learn absolutely everything about each other, and the geography of East Asia, before getting down n' dirty into…Listen
Andrew Ti and this week’s guest Aparna Nancherla are here to tell fashion people to grow up. They talk about clothing stores capitalizing on somebody’s culture just to make cute clothes, how working on “Totally Biased” has made it easier for Aparna…Listen
Step your kindness game up! Andrew Ti and Aparna Nancherla explore the stereotype that white people dance badly, compare the diversity of Los Angeles & New York, and Aparna shares a story about a racially charged altercation in a New York subway…Listen
Andrew Ti and guest Aparna Nancherla get into a deep Twitter discussion about the possible reasons to retweet the n word, having an egg as your profile picture, and when Andrew’s mom would check his Twitter. Leave us a question about racism…Listen