Feel the LOVE with these 15 sweet Valentine's Day podcast episodes

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Creation Date January 4th, 2020
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Get ready to feel the love with these Valentine's Day podcasts! Find out why the holiday is celebrated on Feb 14 and learn the science of falling in love. Plus, check out these romantic audio dramas and reviews of your favorite romcoms.
  1. Love is instinctive and essential. We need it to keep our species going, to survive childhood, to create bonds with other people. But what is it that brings certain people together? In this hour, TED speakers examine the mystery of connection and relationships. Amy Webb was having no luck with online dating, until she effectively hacked the system. Anthropologist Helen Fisher questions what happens in our brains when we're in love. Therapist Esther Perel says a good relationship draws on both security and surprise. Writer Jeffrey Kluger explores the profound life-long bond between siblings. Angela Patton tells the story of a unique father-daughter dance.
  2. Some spiders eat their young, and some eat their parents … love is never simple. From the makers of the award-winning podcast Criminal, This is Love investigates life’s most persistent mystery. Stories of sacrifice, obsession, and the ways in which we bet everything on one another. This Is Love is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX. If you haven't already, please subscribe to the show and review us on iTunes! https://apple.co/2BmMZr5 Say hello on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Artwork by Julienne Alexander.
  3. Today is February 14th, that holiday some people love and some people hate.  Let's explore a brief history of Valentines Day!
  4. Kane and Jason go on their first few dates and get a feel for each other.  They keep missing each other’s calls, but that turns out to be okay, since they’re both just as bad at taking their phones off silent as each other. ----more---- Written by Erin KyanProduced by Passer Vulpes ProductionsRecorded by Kermie BreydonKane voiced by Lee Davis-ThalbourneJason voiced by Erin KyanCredits voiced by Roslyn Quin Cover art by Soufex Parsons Cope: http://soufexdraws.tumblr.com/ Find out more about us at https://loveandluckpodcast.com, and follow @LoveLuckPodcast on twitter, or on Facebook as Love and Luck Podcast.
  5. Alan takes us on a wild ride through his dating life including a story that happens during the recording. We talk about dating strategies, sex, finding the right person with great abs, more sex, and double booking. Warning: this episode is hilarious.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/dateable-podcast/donations
  6. Joshua Jackson reads a story about life and love after 26 months in Iran's Evin Prison.
  7. Only a couple of days before Valentine’s Day we know, but we still think it's helpful and whatever you learn this year you can still use next year. Join us to hear about why people care about celebrating holidays on their “official day”, other alternatives, and how to have those discussions.
  8. Want to see what you should and shouldn't do during a date? Tune in and watch Ken and Barbie point out the Dos and Donts of a date!
  9. We eat eels in sushi, stews, and pasta. Eels eat anything. Also they can survive outside of water for hours and live for up to 80 years. But this slippery snake of the sea harbors an even deeper mystery, one that has tormented the minds of Aristotle and Sigmund Freud and apparently the entire country of Italy: Where do they come from? We travel from the estuaries of New York to the darkest part of the ocean in search of the limits of human knowledge. This episode was produced by Matt Kielty and Becca Bressler.  Support Radiolab today at Radiolab.org/donate.  Further reading: Lucy Cooke's book The Truth about Animals! Chris Bowser's Eel Research Project
  10. In the pilot episode, the Sugars field questions on a father’s infidelity, how many children is too many, and whether a relationship can survive when one partner is smarter than the other.
  11. It's February and love is in the air. In the spirit of Valentine's Day, my wife and I go back in time and remember how we met and how our relationship came to a start around 6 years ago.
  12. Hidden Brain host Shankar Vedantam talks to comedian Aziz Ansari — star of a new Netflix show and coauthor of Modern Romance — about Tinder, texting and how dating is a bit like... buying jam.

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