iTunes link doesn't seem to be working at the moment, but the episode is still available through this link. (Is there anyone out there who runs a server that could host these episodes? Our current solution may not be working.)
I think that Taming of the Shrew is changed by our modern perception of gender more than any other Shakespeare play. When Petruchio says that his wife is his property, that seems shocking to us, but was a defensible position at the time.
We came down pretty hard against Taming on its anti-feminst position. We admit that you can play it in another way, but the text doesn't provide for a sarcastic interpretation.
Like I said in the episode, if you or someone you know needs a position filled, I'm available to take on a new job. Just send an email to bardjob at gmail.com
Make sure to vote on Hamlet or Coriolanus!