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The Swapcast Podcast

Paul Mizzi, Lucy Thomas & Brendan Levi

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Every episode hosts Paul Mizzi, Lucy Thomas, and Brendan Levi delve in to the wonderful world of the body swap trope in their inane quest to find gold in an oversaturated genre. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Legendary Ladies Podcast

The Legendary Ladies Podcast

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The Legendary Ladies are three Millenials with a passion for pop culture, storytelling, and media in all its forms. From television to comics, Taylor Swift to horror films, script to screen, the hosts work to share thoughtful conversations beyond the scope of your average 'watch and review' podcast. Settle in and join Amy, Kat, and Morgan wherever you listen to podcasts! Looking for The Legends of Tomorrow Podcast? You found it! Or rather, the rebranded version. After The Legends of Tomorrow ...
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Airing Monday’s from 9:30 - 10am, All Kinds of People is a program highlighting the lives of various people throughout the Delaware County area focusing on their childhoods and beyond along with hobbies and other interests/pursuits interviewees may have. The program is hosted by Dr. Joe Misiewicz.
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Sex. Love. Literature.

Ayanni Cooper and Corinne Matthews

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SLL is a podcast relishing the romantic, the sexy, and the scandalous in pop-culture. English academics by day and podcasters by night, hosts Ayanni and Corinne take a semi-scholarly look at why the “sex-stuff” in media matters in the bedroom—and beyond. Don't forget to subscribe to Sex. Love. Literature. on your favorite podcast platforms! You can find us on Instagram and Threads @SexLoveLit, and Tumblr @SexLoveLitPodcast
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Annyeonghaseyo! We’re three best selling American novelists who explore the wonderfully wacky world of K-Romance through a writer’s lens. We fangirl over our favorite characters, debate our favorite tropes, and nerd out through K-drama deep dives. Expect a few K-pop and K-skincare recs for good measure, because why not ride the Hallyu wave all the way to shore? So grab some Tteokbokki and listen to your new favorite unnis. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/AfterNoonaDelightPodcast Love BTS? V ...
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[currently on break!] Speculative Sandbox is your audio playground for speculative fiction lovers. In each episode, Vickie Lan workshops a trope with a writer/author with an eye for character development, world building, and plot structures. From dystopian governments to parallel universes, mind control to interplanetary travel, let's speculate. Speculative Sandbox is for entertainment purposes only. This is a volunteer-run program. Opinions expressed by individuals on the podcast are their ...
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The Legendary Ladies sit down this week to discuss the viral and shocking "Quiet on Set" docu-series. Amy, Kat, and Morgan wade into the dark and murky waters of those early days at Nickelodeon, where The Amanda Show and iCarly were household jams for two of the hosts. They discuss their shock at the revelations of the docuseries, applaud the inves…
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In today's episode, we review Love to Hate You, a 2023 rom com that stole our hearts. We talk about why the heroine is for the girls, why Yoo Teo is a favorite mature hero, and why we love this mature, sexy romance. We also discuss the latest Baeksang nominees. Kpop rec: Midas Touch by Kiss of Life Baeksang nominees: https://www.soompi.com/article/…
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Khalil Sayegh of the Agora Initiative joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss conditions on the ground in Gaza, what kind of political future awaits the Palestinian people, and his views on the response of Christian Zionists in the U.S. to the mass killings of Palestinians. CONNECT WITH US: Web: globelynews.com X: @GlobelyNews | @arifcrafiq Facebook: face…
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Romantic comedies, aka rom-coms, have long been a beloved staple in the world of romance storytelling. But what exactly defines a rom-com, and what is the secret sauce that makes them so irresistible? It's not all that straight forward. In this podcast, we'll dive into the world of romcom, exploring defining characteristics, the tropes and clichés …
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This ain't Texas - but it is a Legendary Ladies Top 5! Amy, Kat, and Morgan listened to the new Beyonce album, Cowboy Carter and ranked their individual top 5 songs from the album. But they went above and beyond with their homework this week. The hosts dig into many of the songs, looking beyond just the surface. Did any songs make all three lists? …
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We're back for another Afternoona Check-in...this time the conversation revolves around about Chicken Nugget-the 2024 drama airing on Netflix where a woman turns into...wait for it...a chicken nugget. Now it's up to her dad and his employee (who has a giant crush on her) to try to turn her back into a real live person. Two of your hosts took a bite…
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Pack your knives and go! The Legendary Ladies (plus guest star Mike) discuss the premiere of the new Top Chef season. We talk about the transition from Padma to Kristen Kish, the new immunity rules, and how many Top Chef contestants end up on Food Network. If you love food shows, we end up talking about tons of them, including Kat’s favorite Hell’s…
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India’s general elections begin this month and are likely to bring Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party back to power for a third consecutive term. King’s College London Prof. Christophe Jaffrelot and host Arif Rafiq discuss the fundamental features of Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist project developed in t…
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"See, on the road to Hell there was a railroad line..." It's time for a deep dive into the Broadway musical, Hadestown. We get into how the musical adapts the Grek myths of Orpheus and Eurydice & Hades and Persephone for a modern setting; the love stories–and tragedy–of the two core relationships; and the productive ambiguity of seeing it all happe…
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We are missing Lia this week, but that means we (Megan and Amy) get to talk about a drama we both loved, Marry My Husband. Join us as we discuss why we like revenge stories, what makes a great villain, and how the white truck of doom works best when there is urgency rather than time to grab a latte before your imminent demise. Also, midway through …
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Pilot Pod: Wynnona Earp "Purgatory" - What Makes The Show A Cult Classic? #Wayhaught #WynonnaEarp #Pilot #SyFy #Tubi It's the PilotPod you've been asking for! When our listeners found out Wynonna Earp was returning for a TV movie, we got heaps of requests to review the Pilot! Especially since Amy has never seen it! Take a listen as two of the hosts…
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Inspired by a recent episode of romance novel podcast Fated Mates, we are taking a deep dive into himbos, the lovable hero archetype that is all brain, no brains. We talk about why modern day himbos are feminist, what we like about them, and our favorite himbos from Kdramas. Kpop Rec: Eenie Meenie by Chungha Sign Up for Our Newsletter! Want our tho…
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University of Maryland Professor Michael Woldemariam joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss the recent maritime access agreement between Ethiopia and the breakaway region of Somaliland. They address landlocked Ethiopia’s problem of geography, its regional aspirations, the challenges of federalism and fragmentation in Somalia and Ethiopia, and the contest…
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This week we've got all the action, a panic room of a house, and assassin drones, which, coincidentally, are not a few of Lia's favorite things. Join us as we jump straight into the melee of A Shop For Killers where a world weary Jeong Jin-Man (Lee Dong Wook) just wants to raise his niece Jeong Ji-An (Kim Hye-Jun) to be the badass shop owner she wa…
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We watched Netflix's new fantasy action movie Damsel, starring Millie Bobby Brown. Did we enjoy the movie? Um...not quite. The Legendary Ladies (minus Amy due to wifi issues) dive into Netflix's newest collaboration with Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown. We ask, as always, who is this for? Why wasn't the main character more interesting in…
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The gang is back again to review another swap film again with Seventeen Again. No not 17 Again, again, this is the original 2000 TV movie Seventeen Again. Starring a Mowry sibling again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and again and …
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In today's episode, we welcome special guest New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover who is not only a New Adult romance pioneer, but also a kpop and kdrama fan. If you've ever wondered who kicked off Megan's kpop obsession, blame Jay! We chat about how kdramas have influenced our writing, and Jay's latest book-turned-movie news. Visit Jay …
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Spoiler alert! Amy and Morgan are back this week to discuss the entire first season of the live action Avatar: The Last Airbender. And yes, we watched the whole series. And yes, we’re still not sure who this was for. But we did have expectations (even if we may have lowered them a little) - and we were eager to share our thoughts on whether those e…
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Dave joins the folk of the village with his character Bo, and shares his requests for the game as a whole—one of them quite presciently, it turns out, as things would blow. Or for at least one thistledown, as they stand at a threshold.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/herebetygers/message…
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Uyghur activist Nury Turkel (@nuryturkel) speaks with host Arif Rafiq on China’s persecution of the Uyghur Muslims; the systems of coercion, surveillance, and collective punishment directed at the Uyghurs; and how you, the listener, may be unknowingly consuming products made in part through forced Uyghur labor. LEARN MORE: https://globelynews.com/a…
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Corinne wasn’t feeling well this week, so Ayanni called in the cavalry. This episode, she's joined by her spouse (and friend of the show) Andrew Cooper to talk about the new action-dramedy series, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. They give their general impressions, think about the series’ adaptation choices, and muse about the show’s depiction of married life.…
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In this whopper of an episode, Amy, Lia and special guest Afternoona Army Megan, discuss the good, bad and infernal about My Demon. My Demon stars Kim Yoo-jung and Song Kang and aired from November 2023 to January 2024. It's about a demon from hell who ends up as a bodyguard and then in a contract marriage with a beautiful but damaged heiress. Amy …
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Thank you everyone for joining us for our 10th anniversary and our final farewell! It's been a wonderful 10 years, and we're grateful for every single one of you. Mentioned in this episode: Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Aaron Michael Ritchey The Tattered Cover Libsyn Amazon Microsoft Mur Lafferty James Marsters Jim Butcher Angie Hodapp Warren Hamm…
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Jacqui Baker (@indobaker) of Murdoch University joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss Prabowo Subianto’s victory in Indonesia’s presidential elections, the legacy and political future of the popular outgoing president Joko Widodo, and the durability of the economic and political status quo in this rising Southeast Asian power. LEARN MORE: After Joko Wid…
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It's the episode you've been waiting for! The Legendary Ladies are here with their review of the first episode of Netflix's new Avatar: The Last Airbender series. Each host has seen the full run of the animated series, but each their own connection to the source material. Among a host of other topics, they discuss the changes at the start of the ep…
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It's a little bit scripted, a little bit uncensored, and--as always--a whole lot of K-Drama fun! This month we're talking about sex in K-Dramas. We share our favorite sexy moments in our favorite dramas, discuss which dramas could have benefited from a little more on screen sexy times, but also argue that a drama can still be sexy without any on sc…
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This week Patrick Hester joins us to help us prepare to say goodbye to the show. Find out more about Patrick at https://atfmb.com and https://functionalnerds.com. You can also follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/atfmb. Mentioned in this episode: Archive.org I Should Be Writing podcast Mur Lafferty MileHiCon Carrie Vaughn Denver Fan Expo/De…
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Anni, Andrew and I figure out the bare essentials of who we’re going to be ( in game ), our favorite implements ( hint: one involves baking ), and and just how much mischief we can create in a town that’s—for the most—everyday.We hope you enjoy.-J--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/herebetygers/message…
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Jay Mandle, a professor emeritus of economics at Colgate University, joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss whether Guyana, now the world's newest petrostate and fastest-growing economy, can leverage its newfound oil wealth to change its destiny and avoid the "resource curse." By 2035, Guyana could become the world's fourth-largest producer of oil. But i…
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With awards season buzzing in the air, The Legendary Ladies go back in time to review the 2014 film Whiplash. A personal movie favorite for one of the hosts, and a challenging watch for another, the discussion led Amy, Kat, and Morgan on an invigorating debate on more than one heavy topic Can a movie engage you, but not move you? Is there a differe…
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