Your week at a glance: June 5 – June 9 

Below you will find the latest upcoming program updates for the week ahead. PLEASE NOTE: All details are subject to change. Additional details will be shared via ContentDepot as they become available.

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Marketplace (PM)

  • Kai talks to Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz, senior writer at The Cut, about the market for ‘dupes.’
  • No-one would say that the UK is in fine economic fettle. And adding to their woes in recent months, a whole string of major corporations has attacked the UK for being over-regulated, bureaucratic and hostile to business, Brexit was supposed to prevent that : to liberate the UK from the suffocating confines of EU regulation. From London, Marketplace’s Stephen Beard reports.

Marketplace (AM)

  • David Brancaccio speaks with Marketplace Senior Economics Contributor Chris Farrell about his upcoming series about the booming job market in northern Minnesota.

Marketplace Tech

  • June 8: Meghan speaks with Rory Kozoll, SVP of Product Management & Integrity at Tinder, about some of Tinder’s new safety features, and AI concerns

On Point

  • June 5: Republicans in the Texas House voted last week in overwhelming numbers to impeach State Attorney General Ken Paxton. Charges include fraud, bribery and more. We hear how that’s also revealed a divide in the Texas GOP itself.

  • June 6: Executives from three leading artificial intelligence companies have warned that uncontrolled AI development could pose an existential threat to humanity. Meanwhile Google and Microsoft are in a race to incorporate AI into their most popular products. What are they planning and how might it impact us. Are they accelerating the risk of extinction they are also warning us about?

  • June 7: A recent Congressional report has predicted that hostile intelligence services might use deepfakes to embarrass adversary political leaders and create false evidence of war crimes, among other dangers. That might already be reality. Kremlin critic Bill Browder says he was targeted by a deepfake video call ion May seemingly with a former Ukrainian president. What threat do deepfakes pose to national security, and how might the US counter them and grapple with the ethics of deploying them as a defensive or offensive cyber warfare tool?

Arts and Culture

Splendid Table

June 9 – New Episode

  • Francis is taking your vegetarian summer cooking questions this week with our friend, the award-winning writer Hetty Lui McKinnon. Her new book Tenderheart, A Cookbook About Vegetables and Unbreakable Family Bonds. Then we turn to the art of leftovers with Tamar Adler author of The Everlasting Meal Cookbook.

Performance Today

  • Sara Davis Buechner performs the music of Joaquin Turina

  • Sphinx Virtuosi performs Valerie Coleman’s “Tracing Visions” at Clemson University
  • ROCO performs Joachim Raff’s Sinfonietta Op. 188 at Rice University
  • Ruth Reinhardt conducts the National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic’s performance of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Ballade for Orchestra
  • Samuel Nebyu, violin; Charles Abramovic, piano perform Harry T. Burleigh’s “Southland Sketches” at the Lucerne Music Festival
  • The King’s Singers perform at Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall in Athens, GA

APM Presents special of the week

The One Recipe Summer Celebrations

Air Window: June 12 – August 31, 2023

Description: Join host Jesse Sparks for a celebratory summer edition of The Splendid Table’s newest “podbaby,” The One Recipe. Jesse talks to culinary superstars about their summer entertaining strategies. They’ll discuss the recipes that work for a crowd and explore cooking traditions and foods with influences from all over the world. They’ll leave you with ideas to jumpstart your own summer parties, whether you’re celebrating Juneteenth, graduation, Father’s Day or the Fourth of July.

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