The Little Dum Dum Club is one of Australia’s most successful, popular and longest-running comedy podcasts.

With millions of downloads to their names, comedians Tommy Dassalo and Karl Chandler bring a weekly glimpse behind the curtain that captures the essence of how comedians talk when they’re offstage.

Each week, Tommy and Karl are joined by different guests and friends from the world of comedy. Over 350 episodes they’ve featured the likes of Wil Anderson, Celia Pacquola, Dave Hughes, Fiona O’Loughlin, Ronny Chieng, Bill Burr, Hannibal Buress and even Senator Sam Dastyari.

In 2017 they were invited to do a live episode at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, following this up with live shows in New York and Los Angeles, before returning home to perform at the Sydney Opera House.

As if that wasn’t big enough – thanks to thousands of incredibly dedicated fans, they recently completed a crowd funded live podcast festival in Thailand where they were joined by listeners from Australia, New York, Switzerland and China.

Latest Episodes

371 - Ronny Chieng & Adam Knox
370 - Nick Capper & Nick Carr
369 - Live! Lawrence Mooney & Fiona O'Loughlin
368 - Dave Anthony & Gareth Reynolds
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The Hosts

Tommy Dassalo
Tommy Dassalo is an Australian comedian, writer and podcaster. In 2016, he was nominated for the prestigious Golden Gibbo award for best independent show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. He has performed stand-up regularly at the Falls and Splendour In The Grass music festivals and written for a huge list of Australian TV shows, including the award-winning Please Like Me.

Karl Chandler
Karl Chandler is an Australian comedian, TV writer and podcaster. He’s appeared on TV panel shows like “Media Circus” and “Dirty Laundry Live”, as well as doing his brand of sharp, one-liner-packed standup at the Sydney Opera House on “Just For Laughs Sydney”. He’s never out of work as a TV writer, working on shows like “The Project”, “Spicks and Specks”, “20 to 1”, “The Big Music Quiz” and probably most of the others you can think of.