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Welcome To Patchwork

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Have you ever wondered if it’s acceptable to bring food to someone's house and take it back home if no one has eaten it? Well if you have, then you’re in good company. Christian, Dion and Josh are Welcome to Patchwork: An Australian comedy podcast that thinks too hard about the monotony of life. By debating the obvious, challenging social conventions and improvising sketches, we're more concerned with the crumbs than the cookie.

Customer Reviews

You know vats reaally goooood?

When you find a new podcast and there are a bunch of episodes to binge. This last week has been the best. I’m a train driver and I’ve been listening during the day. People must think I’m a nutcase because I’m coming into stations with the biggest smile on my face. Passengers must be like, daaaaamn, she loves her job. I weirdly feel like I’m friends with you guys now. I’m sad that I have to wait a fortnight between episodes but I’m so glad I can tell my mates I’m friends with an Italian AND a Jew now. How multicultural. 😂👍🏼

Finally good Aus comedy podcast

Have been waiting ages for a tolerable and smart Aus comedy podcast. These guys are actually great. Lots of laugh out loud moments but mostly just a great, enjoyable listen.

Really Really Good

You know what's really good? This podcast!

Joshua, Dion and Christian are unrivalled in their capacity for hilarious yet completely natural banter. While I often find it difficult to distinguish between Joshua and Christian through the auditory medium given their eerily similar voices, I enjoy this podcast immensely.

Thanks guys :)