Comedian Hannah Gadsby's 'Ten Steps to Nanette'; The internet processes the slap : Here & Now Anytime Comedian Hannah Gadsby talks about her new book "Ten Steps to Nanette: A Memoir Situation." The memoir explores her childhood in Tasmania, Australia, her journey to comedy, and her decision to move away from self-deprecating humor. And, two days after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock during the Oscars, the internet is still processing. Al Jazeera's Femi Oke joins us.

Comedian Hannah Gadsby's 'Ten Steps to Nanette'; The internet processes the slap

Comedian Hannah Gadsby's 'Ten Steps to Nanette'; The internet processes the slap

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Comedian Hannah Gadsby talks about her new book "Ten Steps to Nanette: A Memoir Situation." The memoir explores her childhood in Tasmania, Australia, her journey to comedy, and her decision to move away from self-deprecating humor.

And, two days after Will Smith slapped Chris Rock during the Oscars, the internet is still processing. Al Jazeera's Femi Oke joins us.

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