Hey Audio fans, hope you’re staying cool out there. We’ve got loads of audio riches to get you through the week.

But first, tune into Episode 3 of Serial’s terrifying new series, The Retrievals, today.

Then, travel to Zambia on a story about the author of “Where the Crawdads Sing” and revisit the final moments of the submersible Titan. Hear sharp perspectives on AI, and what it takes to make a Barbie movie. Also, Melissa Clark joins us from Cooking to examine your provisions.

Enjoy the week!

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Before her bestseller, Delia Owens was a powerful figure in conservation.
By Ruth Maclean, Collins Chilumba Sampa and Gulshan Khan

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The patients watch as the nurse who caused their pain is judged.
Hosted by Susan Burton

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A unique and personal take on “The Sound of Music”.
hosted by Ira Glass

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Greta Gerwig wanted the film to be a work of art. “We are constantly having conversations with inanimate objects,” she said.
By Willa Paskin

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Cooking: shorts

Our Food writer shares the things that are in her kitchen all the time, and that should be in yours too.
By Melissa Clark

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Times columnist and MacArthur “genius” gives recipient of affirmative action and student debt cancellation: “It’s hindsight vision.”
By Tressie McMillan Cottom

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It already has, argues Demis Hassabis, head of Google DeepMind.
By Ezra Klein

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Five travelers, hoping to witness the Titanic wreck up close, suddenly fell silent.
By John Branch and Christina Goldbaum

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When he started expanding his IHOP empire, he didn’t expect to find a graveyard — or start a war.
By Reeves Wiedeman

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