My podcast is about the different understandings of love. Different people have different understandings about love, so when they face the same problem, they might have different choices. Like my aunt and my grandma, when they met another lovers, my grandma chose to continue to live with my grandpa and refused that guy, and she enjoys her quiet life with my grandpa. My aunt chose to divorce to my uncle and got married to that guy, but she found that they were strangers to each other and divorced again. She seeks for love all her life. Their understandings of love and duty are totally different, because they belong to different generations.
Crossing Boundaries means to do something specific, and it might not be accepted by others. I interviewed my aunt, because she crossed the love boundary. She divorced her husband and got married to another guy who is a foreigner, because she thought that she loved that guy, but she found that they were strangers to each other later. She didn’t want to be a woman who stayed at home and did housework every day. She had her own ideal, and she was an independent woman! Also, she payed a lot for the divorce to her former husband. Her mom didn’t talk to her anymore, and her daughter refused to call her mom. She thought that she found love, but it turned out that she was wrong. She didn’t earn love from the divorce, and she also lost her complete family.
I learned a lot from the interviews. Don’t ask yes/no questions when you interview someone, because asking yes/no questions can make your interviewees don’t know what to say, and they might just reply your questions by saying “yes” or “no”. It is necessary to prepare at least 10 questions before starting the interview, so that I can know what to say. At the beginning of the editing, I didn’t know how to use Garageband, so some parts of my audio disappeared, but fortunately, it didn’t influence the quality of the whole audio. I disagree with some peers, for example, my final audio podcast is fourteen minutes and a half, but she said it is only nine minutes. Yeah, my podcast is nearly nine hundred seconds, which is about fifteen minutes, rather than nine minutes. I like the music which I have chosen, and I think the voice of my podcast is clear.