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Long-Form Conversations

By UCB Comedy

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The UCB Long-Form Conversations Podcast is the definitive source for news, information, and in-depth conversations about the best alternative comedy theatre on the planet. Now in its fourth incarnation, this podcast is a LaRonde, where the guest of episode 1 becomes the host of episode 2, the guest of episode 2 becomes the host of episode 3, and on, and on, and on. Sporadically, we also present “Palate Cleansers”, where UCB teachers and staff present official UCB news/updates, and offer experimental one-off episodes. Tune in for passionate, insightful conversations about the art, comedy, and love of long form improv, presented by the comedians who teach and perform at UCB (NYC and LA). This podcast feed also features the full archive of this podcast going back to 2009.

Customer Reviews

The Best Podcast Ever™

"Who am I?” --Someone who listens to improv podcasts.
“Where am I?” --At my office.
"What am I doing?” --Enjoying this podcast.

Please don’t stop doing this Shaun

I’m writing this because Shaun Diston threatened to stop doing the podcast if people didn’t rate and review it. I do really love this podcast and have only rated one other thing on iTunes previously which was also a podcast “SuperEgo”. I look forward to every Monday when a new episode is released and to be able to hear Shaun and Nicole in unison say “and what were you doing?” Shaun and Nicole are great hosts and the episodes are all that an improv nerd can hope for. Ok I think I reached the word / character count that Shaun asked for. Bye!!!!

Finally a LaRonde to love

Love the new format. Getting to hear so many different perspectives on improv as different guests and hosts cycle through is fantastic. Long live longfkrm conversations!