What’s coming up from APM March 23-29

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Week of March 23

Marketplace (PM)

  • Kai continues to answer listener questions about COVID-19 and the economy, and voices from across the country share their stories about how their personal economy is changing.
  • Chinese officials says Hubei province – the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak – is still getting its economy back online. About half of big companies are still shut down. In the rest of the country, almost all of those major firms are open again, but small business is still struggling – 40 percent are still closed. Our China correspondent Jennifer Pak checks in with one pork seller in Shanghai.


Performance Today

Thursday, March 26: Performance Today will broadcast the performances by the most recent Young Artist in Residence, violinist Geneva Lewis.

Arts and Culture

Live from Here

March 28: Rebroadcast – New York City, NY

  • Trey Anastasio
  • The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
  • Sarah Jarosz
  • Edward Norton
  • Dulce’ Sloan
  • Tom Papa

The Splendid Table

March 27: Filipino Food

  • Amy Besa, author of the award-winning Memories of Philippine Kitchens tells us about the unusual mix of Spanish, Chinese, Mexican, and American influences on Filipino food.
  • Francis Lam goes into the home kitchen of chef King Phojanakong and his mother Emma for a lesson in the delicious seafood sinigang stew.
  • We get an expert list of where to eat great Filipino food across the United States from Joanne Boston of the Filipino Food Movement.
  • We talk to chef Chad Valencia of LASA in Los Angeles about the key ingredients for the Filipino pantry.
  • America’s Test Kitchen gives us the recipe and advice for making Filipino-style chicken adobo.

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