Fashionable Love Podcast: After the Breakup

Modern Love Podcast: After the Breakup

They disagreed on loads of issues: She was a “bleeding-heart liberal”; he was a “conservative libertarian.” He “got here from good Irish Catholic inventory”; she known as herself a “hopeful agnostic.”

When the firefighter chased her down the road to ask her out, she pinned him as “a bald, white, middle-aged New York Metropolis cliché.”

On their first date, no subject was off-limits. Not racism, not abortion, not substance abuse. With every date, one other debate.

Immediately’s episode is concerning the area they present in one another — and the sudden aftermath of their breakup.

Hosted by: Daniel Jones and Miya Lee
Produced by: Kelly Prime and Hans Buetow
Edited by: Wendy Dorr
Music by: Dan Powell
“‘Outdated By no means Occurred for Him,’” written and skim by: Kathryn Jarvis,
Firefighter Chases Girl Down Avenue,” Audm narration by: January Lavoy and produced by Ryan Wegner and Kelly Rogers
Govt Producer, NYT Audio: Lisa Tobin
Assistant Managing Editor, NYT: Sam Dolnick

Particular thanks: Nora Keller, Mahima Chablani, Julia Simon, Laura Kim, Bonnie Wertheim, Anya Strzemien, Joanna Nikas, Choire Sicha. The relations and pals of the firefighter who have been featured within the episode embody Trish Brady, Jill Butler, Brendan Lee, John Luongo, Chuck Jankowski, Dorrie Jankowski and Christopher Treacy.

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