The latest from Modern Love
Paul Rust, star of the Netflix comedy hit "Love," tells the story of a man who says 'no' to conversations about traffic and weather. Even on a first date.
Malin Akerman of Showtime's "Billions" tells the story of a pair of best friends who vow to stay together forever--at least until the green card arrives.
Justina Machado, star of the Netflix reboot "One Day At A Time," shares the story of one woman's quest to lose her virginity while at the same time finding herself.
Emmy Rossum, star of the Showtime series "Shameless," performs in front of a live audience.
Brian Tyree Henry, star of the hit FX show "Atlanta," and Alysia Reiner of "Orange is the New Black" kick off Part I of our live episode recorded live at the Wilbur Theater in Boston.
Forget Netflix and chill. Settle in for a binge episode of Modern Love: The Podcast featuring Tony Hale ("Veep"), Gillian Jacobs ("Love"), and Colin Farrell ("The Lobster")
Listen to our first Modern Love Radio Hour Special!
"Selma" star David Oyelowo reads an essay about a blind man navigating his marriage.
Tony-nominee Megan Hilty of "Smash" and "Noises Off" reads an essay about a couple with a seemingly perfect relationship--until the other shoe drops.
Mykelti Williamson of the Oscar-nominated film "Fences" reads an essay about a father's complicated love for his son.
John Cho reads an essay about a groom gone bad.
Darby Stanchfield of ABC's "Scandal," on an ordinary family hunting trip that turns into an unexpected lesson about hope.
Sela Ward reads an essay about a beautiful relationship...or a friendship? Or a wanna-be friendship?
In this encore, Emmy Rossum reads an essay about the complexities of millennial love.
Join WBUR and The New York Times on Valentine's Day at The Wilbur Theater in Boston. Emmy Rossum, Brian Tyree Henry, and Alysia Reiner perform Modern Love essays live onstage.
Pamela Adlon of the FX series "Better Things" reads an essay about the dangers of romanticizing romantics.
Tony-nominated actor Haydn Gwynne reads about one woman's quest to reclaim one of the hardest days of her life--her birthday.
Taissa Farmiga shares a story of friendship and a love never reciprocated. This is an encore presentation.
Dan Savage reads his own Modern Love essay about his son's birth mother--and her troubling path.
Molly Ringwald reads an essay about a family vacation--after divorce.