Podcasts

If you are interested in getting involved or affiliating your podcast with the WTBU Podcasting Program, please email our Audio Productions Director at productions@wtburadio.org

YAS

Your favorite WTBU Podcast, giving you the latest in the world of entertainment.

Created by Rukia Magege, Elizabeth Puckette, and Emily Rosen

Twitter | Instagram

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Dogtown

There’s a thin line between truth and fiction. Dogtown exists somewhere in the middle. Engorge yourself on slices of life from around Boston where you can only believe half of what you see and nothing you hear.

Created by Alex Tuchi

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Do You See What I See

What counts as art? Does it have to be a world-renowned painting? Or can it be the sumo-wrestling you see on the Japanese TV channel? How about the sandwich that sits on your plate? Do You See What I See is an arts & culture podcast about looking at the world through a new lens. In this podcast, we ask ourselves what things in our lives sit disguised as mundane or crude, and what would happen if we viewed those things as art.

Created by Thuy-An Nguyen

Instagram | Facebook

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The Last Show

The Last Show is an audio drama about the end of the world and the college radio show that survived it. After the old world burns away in a nuclear reckoning, the hosts of The Last Show need to find their place in the ashes and their role in what comes next.

Instagram | Twitter

Created by Daniela Roa Anduaga and Clay McDermott

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How Do I Say This

We answer all the questions you never asked. Incorrectly. Our podcast is about wild hot takes on things you never thought you’d hear come out of somewhat sane people’s mouths.

Created by Namita Arunkumar and Dija Munawar

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The Jilly Filly Power Hour

Each week, Co-Hosts Jillian and Felipe will spin a wheel to land on a random discussion topic relevant to our childhood. They can be either shows, movies, or stars from Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network (as well as any kids movie from our youth). We will explore that result with a recap of the product, and explore our modern opinions (as well as the social media discussion on it since).

Created by Felipe Chamon and Jillian Napolitano

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Box Flopice

Movies that are so bad they’re good. Reviews that are even worse. Grace Wise, Maddy Schmidt, and Nolan Spencer combine their 3 brain cells to discuss the nuances of some of the most emotionally gripping, boundary-pushing films in modern cinema, like Welcome to Marwen and The Kissing Booth.

Created by Maddy Schmidt, Nolan Spencer, and Grace Wise

Twitter | Facebook

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More Than Meets the Eye

More goes into keeping up with an aesthetic than just clothes. So many aesthetics have a rich history and are entrenched in films, music and much more. Our end goal? Find our own aesthetics.

Created by Emma Cowan and Antonella Jones

Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

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It Could Be Worse

It Could Be Worse helps you feel better about your problems by describing the tragic lives of history’s most unlucky people.

Created by Anna Spier and Catherine Kinkead

Twitter

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An Anthill to Die On

Opinions so trivial, you just can’t let them go. On An Anthill to Die On, two guests put their most trivial unshakable views against each other. Are hot dogs sandwiches? Is water wet? Find the answer to these questions and more on An Anthill To Die On!

Created by Frank Hernandez

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