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Introducing 'Modern Love: The Podcast'

2015-12-07 | 🔗

Explore the trials and tribulations of love in these deeply personal essays. A collaboration of The New York Times and WBUR in Boston, Modern Love: The Podcast features the popular New York Times column, with readings by notable personalities and updates from the essayists themselves. Join host Meghna Chakrabarti (WBUR) and Modern Love editor Daniel Jones (NYT) -- and fall in love at first listen.

This is an unofficial transcript meant for reference. Accuracy is not guaranteed.
Before the work messages begin to pour in, let's gift ourselves a good morning, a good morning as a moment to pause and ease into the day, it's a moment to run and chase the sunrise or to gently settle into your routine a good morning as a moment to be present to find clarity and be grounded for the day ahead. Good days start with good mornings and good mornings start with yogi tea. Yogi tea tease me to do more than just tastes. Good, let's face it. When have you ever been in a relationship? That's gone as planned. Sometimes I think about the vows my wife and I moved to each other twenty eight years ago, we're different people that we once were, and I don't even like him. I said wiping my tears he's a liar. I can't spend the rest of my life with him being wheeled into surgery like this. Alongside a woman
Sexy dress, pretty much screamed sex injury, the modern love, a popular New York Times column is coming to you as a podcast. There is no good way to tell a new guy in your life that you're going blind between these two genteel southern ladies. Our family became an old west town. Just wasn't big enough for both starring some familiar voices- hey. This is Emmy Rossum. This is Jason Alexander, hey it's January Jones pay! It's Judd! Apatow here, modern love will make. You laugh cause everything all right up there it'll make you cry. I started calling hospitals then.
Works, it'll make you think we can't keep calling you daddy said if you're gonna be a girl, that's too weird I magnetic her body and I'll be your host. Modern love. The pod cast is a collaboration between the New York Times and W B. You are Boston, NPR station stories of love, loss and redemption you're off the hook. I said no guilt. I love you. I love you too. Modern love a new episode. Every Thursday subscribe today on Itunes and fall in love at first listen.
Transcript generated on 2022-04-17.