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Society, Politics & Law
Who knows what makes for happy relationships? Increasingly, it looks like same-sex couples might have the secret...
Tim Lomas explored the world's languages and discovered words for types of love with no English equivalent. He reckons there's at least fourteen flavours of love.
Health, Sports & Psychology
In this collection of audio and video podcasts, we ask how some couples manage to stay together for years, sometimes forever.
History & The Arts
Shakespeare's sonnets were once banned in China and are now popular with the gay community. Hong Ying, author of ‘Daughter of the River’ looks at Shakespeare’s sonnets as they relate to sexuality and love in China.
Having a learning disability doesn't mean you don't want the same things as other people when it comes to love - why would it?
Dr Meg John Barker and Dr Jacqui Gabb explain their book The Secrets of Enduring Love and ask whether we should make grand romantic gestures in a short video.
This short animation, narrated by Aidan Turner, shows the conflict and danger of love from Jean-Paul Sartre's perspective.
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