The podcast for stories of unexpected relationship adventures and dating failures.

The things that happen on the road to romance - from the ridiculous to the intimate. Failures shared, are embarrassments halved. Adventures shared, are successes doubled. It's pure maths. Selected up-voted stories will be made into an episode of the podcast series by Gavin Wong and award winning radio producer Claire Crofton.

"Sorry kids – it’s hot. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a real-life podcast that is actually sexy before..." - The Guardian

"... funny, intimate and sporadically excruciating" - The Financial Times

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"... pacy vignettes that you'll find yourself telling second-hand later." - London Evening Standard

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Episode 16 Finale: Breaking Point

You've spent the evening together, you're hanging out. Everything seems fine, until something snaps inside. And everything changes.

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Episode 15: Take Me Home

It turns out things weren't that different in the 80's either. We travel back to the quiet residential streets of Maida Vale, in West London, with our friend John.

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