Here’s what audiences will hear on our regular programs next week.
Additional details, and/or programming changes, will be shared via ContentDepot.
- Marketplace Morning Report: Live broadcasts
- Marketplace Tech: Monday, Dec. 24 and Wednesday, Dec. 25 shows will include replays of this year’s favorite interviews on automation in the workforce, regulating tech companies, self-driving cars, artificial intelligence and battling fake news.
- Marketplace (p.m.): Live broadcasts. Interview with Birchbox CEO Katia Beauchamp about the economics of subscription boxes (date TBD).
BBC World Service
- Monday, Dec. 24-Friday, Dec. 28: Reports on the war in Yemen and its affects on the women who live there. 9 a.m. ET and 3 p.m. ET editions.
- Tuesday, Dec. 25 editions include the annual quiz. James Coomarasamy tests Newshour presenters on their knowledge of 2018 events and newsmakers. Available for download on ContentDepot through Monday, Dec. 31.
- Friday, Dec. 28: Correspondent’s Look Ahead 2019. Lyse Doucet hosts this year’s discussion with BBC senior correspondents, who share their predictions for the big news stories of the new year. Available for download through Thursday, Jan. 3.
Pending programming changes due to the potential government shutdown, audiences will hear encore episodes next week:
- Monday, Dec. 24: Korea
- Tuesday, Dec. 25: Climate change
- Wednesday, Dec. 26: Family separation
- Thursday, Dec. 27: Trump taxes
- Friday, Dec. 28: Kavanaugh reaction, with new content, including reactions from teenage boys
- Monday, Dec. 24 and Tuesday, Dec. 25: Holiday-themed music
The Splendid Table
- Saturday, Dec. 29: Michael Solomonov, Philadelphia chef and author of Israeli Soul and Zahav, talks about Israeli food and disaster stories, and takes questions from callers with Francis.
Live from Here
- Saturday, Dec. 29: Year-end compilation show with 2018 highlights