How we find, make and fall in love these days - from dating apps to the perfect kiss.
Linda was happy to donate a kidney but Ruben had to give up control of the remote control
The Indian man who cycled thousands of miles to be with the love of his life in Sweden.
In 1998, a Los Angeles rabbi came up with a new way for single people to meet each other.
They say that tolerance, respect and luck have cemented their union
Why do we understand so little about female sexual pleasure?
Is falling in love with your idol, visiting prostitutes and living at home the new normal?
Privacy lawyer Jenny Afia on Facebook and the lucrative online data trade
As birthrates fall and its population ages, can Japan avert a demographic disaster?
US Army interpreter Nayyef Hrebid met Iraqi soldier Btoo Allami during the Iraq War
'Having a charming man drink with you is like a dream come true'
How to use mathematics to find your partner. And, how reliable are pregnancy due dates?
When Giovanni Vigliotto went on trial he said he'd married more than a hundred women.
Zhu Lifei from China has set up a business to break up extra-marital affairs.
From a baby’s first cry to the funeral feast: food as the language of love.
Sissel Tolaas goes around the world collecting smells
Why do humans kiss?
Does true love have to be monogamous? We hear three very modern love stories.
How are dating apps changing the way people find love around the world?
A rare condition means Johanna Watkins is allergic to just about everyone and everything
Is it easier to start a conversation around the gripes, not likes, you have in common?
When Aminah Hart tracked down her sperm donor she didn't expect to fall in love with him