The Chaser Report
Are you sick of news you can trust? For over 200 years, The Chaser has been the world’s leading source of news you can’t trust.
Now daily in 2022, the podcast is a satirical look at Australian and world news and culture, along with occasional embarrassing confessions of parenting failures.
It’s hosted by Chaser co-founders Charles Firth and Dom Knight, along with more talented, less available contributors such as Craig Reucassel, Sami Shah, Chas Licciardello, Andrew Hansen, Chris Taylor and Sami Shah. We’re also joined by an excitingly less washed-up new generation of Chaser contributors such as Gabbi Bolt, Aleksa Vulovic, Lachlan Hodson and John Delmenico.
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