Radiolab brings together two people from two fields of study who discover the importance of looking further afield.
One of my favorite episodes of Love + Radio brings how making a connection can do so much to prevent hate and separation.
Clint is a bottle hunter, but his passion is beyond finding the bottle itself, but connecting with the message sender.
This classic from Jonathan Goldstein shows the changing perspectives of meeting someone again after many years.
Another unexpected and fascinating connection from the commendable Nick van der Kolk.
This episode highlights a type of meeting that in its nature is confrontational.
With the advent of online dating, are meet cutes a thing of the past? Andrea Silenzi explores a modern Meet Cute story and explores where people draw a line with commercials.
Kismet is often a sonic immersion into a place, and this episode from Ann Heppermann’s Serendipity highlights why sound design is so important.
One of the things that people who live in New York know is that “you don’t talk to people on the subway.” We explore what happens when two people, with the help of impulse and chance, decide to ignore all they have been told.