7 podcasts about love listening

Because of this intimate emotion that we value discovering in others as lonely, love quickly became a favorite topic in the field of podcasts. In fact, these audio recordings were known in their time, especially after the #MeToo revolution, to establish themselves as a privileged medium to engage in true reflection of love, as a feelings formed by our social constructions and our cultural environment. Between information and entertainment, friendship and politics, love is even more talked about today. And it feels good. As the month of Valentine’s Day re-activates all the talk about it, here’s a selection of soft and hard podcasts to listen to on your headphones.

7 podcasts for lovers to listen to

The heart of the table

It is one of the best known of its kind. Depending on the way we love today, The heart of the table for an engaged podcast hosted by Kadaogan Tuaillon since 2017. Here, the mechanisms of love are examined through testimonials and in -depth analysis. From couple relationships as ideal love to the myth of romantic love and stereotypes associated with celibacy, the feminist journalist interprets the way in which our relationships are anchored in relationships of domination, from the culture of rape to sexual violence. And along the way, he is confronted with ideas of consent, toxic masculinity and even mental burden. Something to deconstruct and rethink the contours of love in its most positive aspects, such as Kadaogan Tuaillon I like to say. And according to 600,000 loyal listeners in each of his episodes, which is in a book published in Binge Audio Éditions, he is far from one who believes in this “great revolution”.

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Love Story

“The beauty of love is that. Opportunity can get you to know someone. ” SAYS Agnes Varda, Jacques Demy on his side, about the joy of the program Demons and wonders in cinema in 1964. In his podcast Love Story, Alice Deroide tells us about these meetings, of celebrities. Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine, Francoise Hardy and Jacques Dutroncthe prince harry and Meghan Markleor Beyonce and Jay Z… The reporter whispered romantic, tortured or impossible feelings that hit the headlines. From the political scene to literary or mythological figures, including iconic film couples like Rose and Jack in titanic, each story is a picture of a couple in love with each other. Let us study their experiences, their letters, their cries or their whispers, until we discover the heart of these wonderful stories, even if they are made up of poems for Louis Aragon and Elsa Trioletinspiration for Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitzor even invisivization for Camille Claudel and his beloved Auguste Rodin… Where to start is up to you!

sadness in love

Because in love stories there are pains, sadness in love invites people, anonymous or not, to explain how they went through these moments of life, and especially how they recovered from it. “It’s like a group supporting your ears,” he explained Marie Goillier, its maker. For this Franco-Quebecer, emotional breakdown is so complex and rich that it takes talking about it and listening to them. Laura remembers, for example, how her separation from her first love gave her the motivation to meet new people and improve her social relationships. Lisa told us about the rituals she forced herself to put in place to not drown after the breakup that took place abroad. As for Celine, she is light and lost feeling after a long relationship with a toxic partner. Far from crying too much, as its name suggests, this podcast finally shares bits of experience, bits of emotion, and laughter as well. And it’s good for morale.

Great love

At 82, Marguerite was reunited with her first love. The two lovers will experience a passion that is as intense as it is delicious. And Marguerite talks about it to her grandchildren, one of whom is also looking for her soul mate. Like her, we allow ourselves to enter into her, into her intimacy, to listen to a truly beautiful love story. We left the noises of the television echoing in the background and we were carried away by Marguerite’s voice. A happy and familiar voice. In the end, emotion is very naturally accompanied by smiles. Here, the questions of entourage, of physical attraction, but also of the feeling of love are associated with sweetness and laughter. With great love, Mathilde Guermonprez book for Art Radio a documentary about life and love without age.

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