Joseph Bullmore examines the fall of Spain’s corrupt King Juan Carlos, writer at large George Kalogerakis details the Goldman Sachs C.E.O. who D.J.’d a not-so-socially-distant event in the Hamptons, Tom Parker Bowles defends British cuisine, and much more, all presented for your listening pleasure.

Sub Human

Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger on the Scandi mystery of the young female reporter and the eccentric Danish inventor

The Reign in Spain Goes Mainly Down the Drain

Joseph Bullmore recounts the corrupt and depraved reign—and fall—of Spain’s King Juan Carlos

Record Scratch

George Kalogerakis tries to understand the Goldman Sachs C.E.O. who D.J.’d at a coronavirus-spreading event

Bad Blood and Big Money

Stuart Heritage reveals why an ex-girlfriend of Prince Andrew’s is suing Barclays for $2 billion

Food Fight

Tom Parker Bowles sets the table for the glories of British cooking

Louche Life

Mark Ellwood falls under the sway of “Gucci Guy,” the lounge singer seducing the Riviera