Becky & Jay

This week features a noughties retelling of the classic waitress in a cocktail bar story, and a mod-tastic customer who keeps coming back, again, and again, and again.

Artwork this week comes courtesy of Herfa Thompson. Visit the Art page to find links to more of her work, and to see the other pieces created specially for each episode by a range of illustrators and designers.

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Davide & Nick

In most romances, lips are for kissing. In this one, they play a vital part in communication.

Hannah Lyons did the illustration for this episode. Find links to more of her work and see original artwork for the other episodes here.

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Duncan & Anna

This week, a third time’s the charm tale which proves that true love conquers all.

The artwork for this episode was created by Sophie Linney. Find links to more of her work and the growing collection of episode artwork here.

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Sarah & Freddie

Welcome to Equal Parts, a new podcast series of true love stories. Our first tale is a classic: a good old-fashioned set-up. There’s snow, there are trains, there’s a bit of fisty-cuffs: in other words, all the makings of a great rom-com.

The artwork for this first episode was created by Fran Marchesi. See more of these as they’re released over on the Art page.

You can find the full transcript for this episode here.