Romeo: King of Rome
Romeo: King of Rome, the podcast radioplay, is the historically accurate tale of Romeo, Merlin, Brutus, Noah, Buddha, Pocahontas, courage, betrayal, glory, Trojan horses, love, Rome, forgiveness, war, and Julius Caesar.
Banned in Boston
After spending eight months living in New York, the last thing Stephen Furda wants to do is live in Boston again. To make the city more bearable, he visits Boston landmarks with his friends in an attempt to find some upsides in a city seemingly founded on downsides. New episodes released every other Monday!
An ongoing experiment in conversation and research, conducted by real life famous WikiTwins Ted Hubish and Elise Gianattasio. Join them as they laugh and explore the vast, labyrinthine expanse that is Wikipedia.
Hard to Explain
Jake Hess and Jordan Wold are superfans of rock band The Strokes, and they want you to be, too. Hard to Explain is an overwhelmingly extensive weekly podcast in which literally everything ever made by The Strokes will be discussed. And if that sounds boring, well, don’t worry. Your hosts are very easily distracted.
Who's To Say?
We’re supposed to advertise for our show, so here are three different takes. Who’s to Say: Light Switch Podcasts’ premiere Pop Culture/Comedy Podcast Extravaganza. Who’s to Say: Answering all the burning questions you didn’t even know had to be answered. Who’s to Say: Keeping you abreast.
Half Asian Half Hour
Join Nako Narter and Emily Walborn every Saturday as they talk about their personal and cultural experiences being Asian American! It's serious, it's funny, it's Half Asian Half Hour.
The Alex + Joe Radio Show
Do you like funny stuff? Joe and Alex are funny. Listen to their show. It’s funny. Sometimes they have on their funny friends. They talk about their lives, death, and oh yeah, they perform totally awesome and clean sketches every episode. It’s a good time, and who doesn’t love a good time? Not me. That’s why I wrote this.