Long-running, award-winning STAR WARS program hosted by podcasting veterans Jason Swank and Jimmy Mac, Rebel Force Radio provides STAR WARS information and entertainment. From the Classic Trilogy to the Prequels... From THE FORCE AWAKENS to ROGUE ONE to SOLO...Rebel Force Radio puts you on the front lines of fandom. Plus, plenty of CLONE WARS and REBELS too! Featuring celebrity guests, news, opinions, comedy, reviews, contests, and more.
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This show use to be a joy to listen to but in the last several years it has become intolerable. The hosts just complain incessantly about the sequel trilogy like it has personally destroyed them. If you disagree with them or their butt kissing followers on their FB page they will delete your posts. They seem to have issues with women and inject their beliefs into the show. Like I said it use to be a really enjoyable show but no more. Their are other podcasts out there that are more tolerable and... more
RFR has been my favourite podcast since I discovered it in 2015. Jimmy and Jason are like friends to me I have grown so accustomed to their voices. This is truly the best Star Wars podcast out there, especially for fans who grew up with the franchise during the OT and prequel eras. The hosts really know their history but don’t get bogged down in encyclopedic knowledge. This really feels like two friends who love Star Wars just having the deep conversations and debates that all real Star Wars fan... more
I’m a SW fan since May’77 (lost my last baby tooth on a Milk Dud during my first viewing) and I just recently discovered RFR. I’m pretty picky about the podcasts I listen to. But I’m really enjoying RFR. It’s a great informative and entertaining show! If you call yourself a SW fan in any capacity you owe it to yourself to check out RFR!
I’ve been listening to these two since 2016 and have loved every second I’ve listened to. Incredibly knowledgeable, passionate and talented hosts. Also, you won’t find a better Kathleen Kennedy impression out there, Jason’s got it down! RFR FTW!
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Rebel Force Radio: Star Wars Podcast launched 11 years ago and published 721 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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