What’s coming up from APM February 24-March 1

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of February 24

Marketplace (PM)

  • The United States of Work: American workers are the engine of the economy. In a new series from Marketplace titled “The United States of Work,” the team breaks down the 164-million-person workforce through the stories of 10 people—to ask, “is the economy working for you?” This week will feature stops in Logan, OH, Ashburn, VA, Denver, CO and Minneapolis, MN.
  • Generic promos for “The United State of Work” available on ContentDepot (bottom of the page).

The Daily

  • February 28: As part of its coverage of the country and its voters in the lead up to the November 3 election, The Daily will feature an episode of The Field from South Carolina.

Classical

Performance Today

February 24: Performance Today will feature “Pulsations” from the ensemble La Pieta.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

February 29: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY
Guests:

  • The Lumineers
  • Raphael Saadiq
  • Sarah Jarosz
  • Jeff Daniels
  • Aparna Nancherla
  • Maria Popova

The Splendid Table

February 28: Couples and Food

  • We visit a story about a nearly four-decade marriage, and the rye bread that lies at its center, with journalist and author Michaele Weissman.
  • We talk to Edo and Loryn Nalic of Balkan Treat Box in St. Louis about the Bosnian food that is the glue in their relationship.

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What’s coming up from APM – February 17-23

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of February 17

Marketplace (PM)

  • Beginning February 18: As we head into a presidential election, the unemployment rate is at a historic low and there are more and more jobs created every month—but those are just numbers. American workers are the engine of the economy. In a new year-long series from Marketplace titled “The United States of Work,” Kai Ryssdal breaks down the 164-million-person workforce through the stories of 10 people — to ask “is the economy working for you?”
  • Generic promos for “The United State of Work” available on ContentDepot (bottom of the page).

Marketplace Tech

  • February 17: Amy Scott talks with venture capitalist Pete Flint about real estate and the tech landscape.
  • February 18: Molly Wood talks with Paul Kedrosky, co-founder and managing partner at early-stage venture firm SK Ventures, about venture capital investments in 2020.
  • February 19: Molly Wood talks with Claire Schmidt, founder and CEO of AllVoices, about the sexual harassment and discrimination app she developed as an alternative to HR reporting.

The Daily

  • February 17: Over Presidents Day, The Daily will be airing an encore presentation of America’s Education Problem.
  • February 21: As part of its coverage of the country and its voters in the lead up to the November 3 election, The Daily will feature an episode of The Field from Nevada.

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Performance Today

February 20: Performance Today will feature PT Young Artist Max Opferkuch.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

February 22: LIVE – The Town Hall, New York City
Guests:

  • Nathaniel Rateliff
  • Haley Heynderickx
  • Aoife O’Donovan
  • Rachel Syme
  • Josh Gondelman

The Splendid Table

February 21 – The Cheesemonger Invitational

  • We put Francis through some rigorous testing to get a glimpse of what it takes to become one of America’s finest cheesemongers, from tests in aroma and taste to pairing to wrapping and weighing.
  • Cheesemonger Greselda Powell of Murray’s Cheese in NYC takes Francis under her wing to teach him how to identify cheese by taste and aroma.
  • Jack Bishop of America’s Test Kitchen brings us some hard truths about keeping cheese at home.
  • We invite cheese expert Tia Keenan into the studio with Francis to take pre-recorded listener calls.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

Introducing Global View on 2020 module from the BBC World Service

How is the U.S. presidential election being reported on, discussed and commented on in countries like China, Russia, France, Germany and the UK? Just in time to incorporate into your 2020 election coverage, the BBC World Service brings you Global View on 2020.  
 
This 59-second, week-in-review module delivers an international perspective on the 2020 elections to your audiences. It can round out your established news programming and can be seamlessly placed during breaks in Saturday programs like Weekend Edition or All Things Considered. The air window for this module is 4 p.m. ET Friday afternoons through Saturday 8 p.m. ET and will be published weekly starting January 24 through November 2020. 
 
Produced by the BBC Partner Production Hub, Global View on 2020 utilizes media insights from BBC Monitoring, and leverages access to 43 language services, local sources and an unrivaled understanding of the world’s media. 
 
This module is included in your BBC World Service affiliation fee and offered through November 2020 (possible expansion beyond). Stations airing Global View on 2020 should subscribe to the BBC Global View on 2020 page in ContentDepot. 
 
If you have any questions about incorporating this program into your election coverage, please reach out to your APM station relations representative

What’s coming up from APM – February 3-9

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of February 3

Marketplace(PM)

  • February 4-5: Kai talks with Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and World Bank President David Malpass about the state of the global economy.

Classical

Performance Today

February 7: Performance Today will include the next feature for “PT Love’s It!” which highlights a recent favorite album of the program. Next week’s feature will spotlight an album by the ensemble Sonnambula, with music by Leonora Duarte.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

February 8: LIVE – The Town Hall, New York City
Guests:

  • Bedouine
  • Andrew Bird
  • Sarah Jarosz
  • Jia Tolentino
  • Tom Papa

The Splendid Table

February 7

  • This week we’re looking at how we eat alike with Lucky Peach co-founder and editor of You and I Eat the Same, Chris Ying.
  • San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Soleil Ho takes us to a mountain village in Japan for a wasp eating festival.
  • Food historian Bee Wilson, author of The Way We Eat Now, answers the question: what has happened to lunch?
  • America’s Test Kitchen takes us to a legendary burger joint that forces everyone to eat the same – Louis’ Lunch.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

What’s coming up from APM – January 27-February 2

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of January 27

Marketplace(PM)

  • After borrowing from the Feds (like many states) to cover unemployment benefits during and after the Great Recession, Florida has been on the leading edge of states cutting their Unemployment Insurance program. This has the effect of making the state appear better-prepared fiscally for the next recession, when layoffs–and claims for state unemployment benefits–spike. The state is closer to ‘solvency’ to deal with anticipated UI costs–because it has cut benefit levels, made proving eligibility and remaining on UI more difficult, and reduced the duration of benefits. Unemployed Floridians are likely noticing some of these changes now—even as the unemployment rate and layoff levels are low. Mitchell Hartman reports on how economists and worker advocates warn that the real economic bite will come during the next slowdown or recession, when laid-off workers’ incomes aren’t replaced and local businesses suffer from lack of stimulus previously delivered by unemployment benefits.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

February 1: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY
Guests:

  • Madison Cunningham
  • Sara Bareilles
  • Milk Carton Kids
  • Aparna Nancherla

The Splendid Table

Please note the schedule change for January 24 and January 31 (details below):

January 24: Toronto

  • This week we are bringing you a show recorded live at the Hot Docs Podcast Festival in Toronto. Francis and his team of intrepid eaters tackle a tantalizing question: what makes Toronto so delicious?
  • Guests include former host of Viceland’s “It’s Suppertime” Matty “Canadian Legend” Matheson, Toronto food, drink and travel writer Suresh Doss and New York Times food columnist and host of Weeknight Kitchen podcast Melissa Clark. 

January 31: Bread

  • We look at the rich tradition of bread baking in cold climates with Magnus Nilsson, author of The Nordic Baking Book.
  • Francis visits Chef Romeo Regalli at Awash in Brooklyn to learn how to make Ethiopian Injera.
  • We also get to learn what makes the best baking powder biscuits from a master, Erika Council of Southern Soufflé.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

What’s coming up from APM – January 20-26

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of January 20

Marketplace(PM)

  • Kai talks to Jonathan Waldman about his new book, Sam: One Robot, a Dozen Engineers, and the Race to Revolutionize the Way We Build.
  • Kai talks to Sarah Barnett, President of AMC Entertainment Networks, about running a l television network in the era of streaming.
  • Cities are building more apartments, and there’s new data from research firm Yardi Matrix showing that those buildings are getting taller. In the 1990s, nearly all new apartment buildings topped out at four stories. Today though, as Marketplace’s Amy Scott reports, low-rise buildings make up less than half of new construction, and mid- and high-rise construction has overtaken the traditional garden-style apartment.

The Daily

Classical

Performance Today

  • Monday, January 20: For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Performance Today will have a special program with music from Adolphus Hailstork, Duke Ellington and more.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

January 25: “From the Vault” episode, featuring never before aired performances and outtakes from live shows.

Guests and performances will include:

  • Paul Simon
  • Nathaniel Rateliff
  • Punch Brothers
  • Joan Baez
  • Special birthday segment celebrating Dolly Parton

The Splendid Table

January 24 – Bread

  • We look at the rich tradition of bread baking in cold climates with Magnus Nilsson, author of The Nordic Baking Book.
  • Francis visits Chef Romeo Regalli at Awash in Brooklyn to learn how to make Ethiopian Injera.
  • We learn what makes the best baking powder biscuits from a master, Erika Council of Southern Soufflé.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

What’s coming up from APM – January 13-19

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of January 13

Marketplace(PM)

  • Kai talks to Jonathan Waldman about his new book Sam: One Robot, a Dozen Engineers, and the Race to Revolutionize the Way We Build.
  • Kai talks to Joanne Heyler, founding director of The Broad.
  • China and the United States sign the first phase of the trade deal on January 15. How will that deal play out on the ground for American businesses.

Marketplace Tech

  • Monday, January 13: Jack Stewart talks about California’s new residential solar panel law and its implications with Pierre DelForge of the NRDC
  • Tuesday, January 14: Molly talks with Meg Whitman, CEO of the mobile-only streaming startup QuiBi, about its entry into the market, and focus on 10-minute long pieces of content.
  • Wednesday, January 15: Molly talks with Delta CEO Ed Bastian about its efforts to become a tech-focused airline.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

January 18: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY

Weekly tune-in digital assets on APM Distribution
Guests:

  • Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend
  • Natalia Lafourcade
  • Jake Gyllenhal
  • Matt Braunger
  • Holly Laurent
  • Sarah Jarosz

The Splendid Table

January 17: Thai food

  • Why is Thai food so popular? We turn to Professor Mark Padoongpatt for some surprising insights. He is the author of Flavors of Empire: Food and the Making of Thai America.
  • We revel in regional Thai flavors with Austin Bush, author of The Food of Northern Thailand and Leela Punyaratabandhu author of Bangkok.
  • Chef Hong Thaimee of NYC’s Thaimee Table gives us an essential lesson in a vital recipe, homemade curry paste.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

What’s coming up from APM – December 16-22

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of December 16

Marketplace(PM)

  • Kai talks to Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America, as part of the Corner Office series.

Marketplace Tech

  • Monday, December 16: As climate change accelerates the development of tech to deal with floods and fires, NASA and its Jet Propulsion Laboratory are launching flights to gather more data about the health effects of lingering pollutants by flying straight into the fires.
  • Wednesday, December 18: Delivering packages for Amazon during peak holiday season as a part time Amazon Flex driver is a competitive side hustle. We ride along and hear about the day’s work.

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Performance Today

  • Monday, December 16: Performance Today will feature the next Young Artist in Residence, pianist Aleksandra Kasman.
  • Thursday, December 19: Music from favorite holiday movies, and poetry that inspired well-known Christmas carols.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

December 21: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY
Guests:

  • Sara Watkins
  • Jon Batiste
  • St. Vincent
  • Jim Gaffigan

The Splendid Table

December 20 – Holidays

  • We’re getting ready for the holidays with Toni Tipton-Martin, author of Jubilee: Recipes from Two Generations of African American Cooking.
  • We get some insights on entertaining from Questlove, author of Mix-Tape Pot-Luck Cookbook.
  • Melissa Clark re-unites with pastry wizard Claudia Fleming about the classic book they penned together nearly 20 years ago, The Last Course.

Questions? Please contact your Station Representative.

What’s coming up from APM – November 25-December 1

Here are the latest updates for upcoming programs. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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News

Marketplace

Week of November 25

Marketplace(PM)

  • Kai talks to Lisa Kaz, the CEO of the LA Auto and Mobility show, which her family has owned for generations.

Marketplace Tech

  • November 25: Molly talks with Safiya Noble, UCLA professor of Information Studies and African American Studies about identifying and addressing bias in algorithms.
  • November 26: Molly talks with Mark Muro of Brookings on a new report about how white-collar jobs will be increasingly impacted by AI in the workplace.
  • November 27: How AI can help researchers break down climate data: Molly looks at Microsoft’s AI for Earth program, and how it changed how the Chesapeake Conservancy makes decisions about the watershed.
  • November 28: How combining nature with technology can help prevent climate change: Molly goes to look at a unique levee in the Bay Area that combines flood protection with wastewater treatment and wetlands restoration.
  • November 29: As climate change brings more fires, how do we keep the air clean? A feature looking at technology to purify indoor air.

The Daily

Classical

Performance Today

  • November 26: Performance Today will broadcast an interview with violinist Nicola Benedetti about her recording of Wynton Marsalis’ violin concerto.
  • Thanksgiving Day, November 28: Featuring autumn-themed compositions such as The Autumn Concerto from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and “Autumn Music” by Jennifer Higdon. Listeners will also hear music inspired by the beauty of America’s land, such as “Fantasia on Shenandoah” by Rick Sowash and “Middleground” by Shelley Washington.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

November 30: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY
Guests:

  • Sarah Jarosz
  • Maggie Rogers
  • Vulfpeck
  • Chris Gethard

The Splendid Table

November 28 – Turkey Confidential

  • Join us for Turkey Confidential, our live culinary call-in show starting at Noon – 2 pm EST on Thanksgiving Day. This year’s guests include best-selling author Samin Nosrat, New York Times columnist and host of the Weeknight Kitchen podcast, Melissa Clark, chef Kwame Onwuachi, author of Notes from a Young Black Chef, and our baking expert Shauna Sever with her new book Midwest Made.

November 29 – Nigella Lawson

  • This week, it’s an in-depth conversation with one of the food world’s most beloved and compelling personalities, Nigella Lawson. Nigella has written 11 books, including her breakout best-seller How to Eat and is a long-time champion of the home cook. Her latest book is At My Table: A Celebration of Home Cooking.   

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