Sunday Nights are for Hopeless Romantics
Sunday Nights Are For Hopeless Romantics is a show about love, relationships, sex, intimacy, time travel, trauma, portals, heartbreak, art, and literature. It’s a creative deep dive into the human condition, juxtaposed with a fresh weekly soundtrack and a lot of jaded rambling by Olivia Wade herself. There are occasionally guests, things are always weird, awkward, awe-inspiring, and a little uncomfortable. Above all else, it truly reflects whatever the heck is going on that week. And when you’re a clinical sexologist, that's often quite interesting.
Olivia wade is a second-generation programmer, as well as a writer, artist, and clinician. Her first appearance on air was as a child in the sound booth for The Scratchy Record Show (recorded live in the WBCR studio by her father).