Find out if love has a scent or who Plato did (not) love, and much more with free podcasts
Have you ever wondered if love has a scent or who Plato did (not) love? And what does maths have to do with love anyway?
Find out the answers to these fascinating questions and much more with Oxford Podcasts. We've listed a few below, but you can search the website for other romantic wisdom. Or if love and romance aren't for you, there are thousands of free podcasts about almost any subject you can think of! Browse and discover something new.
- Who did Plato (not) love? - a broad look at what love means, offering a serious yet humorous, poignant and flippant, literary philosophical discussion of the topic, with some famous but also surprising outcomes.
Does love have a scent?- Love is in the air - or is it? Find out!
- A Great Unrecorded History. LGBT Heritage and World Cultures - how to mobilise historical research into sexuality for maximum impact, and the institutional, cultural and political issues that can be at stake.
- Love and Math - mathematics - far from occupying a specialist niche - goes to the heart of all matter, uniting us across cultures. Discover more about this hidden, magical universe.
- Love's Labour's Lost - part of the Approaching Shakespeare series - find out more about the mysteries of this play.
- Love and Sex in Victorian Fiction - Did Victorians treat love sentimentally and lack all reference to sex in their fiction?
- Tales of Love and History - James Ivory in Conversation - this Oscar-winning film-maker talks about his experiences with the legendary Merchant Ivory productions.