This week, Sheila Weller tells of the first Black female P.O.W. in U.S. history. André Leon Talley asks if perhaps the magic of New York Fashion Week has been lost to the coronavirus. Sam Kashner reveals how a comic book about Martin Luther King Jr. thrust forward the civil-rights movement. And on the back of their new Netflix deal, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle offer a blueprint for a New World Order—well, sort of. All read aloud by Mat Laroche and Zoe Gahan. Plus, a special treat: British actor, writer, and theater-and-opera director Simon Callow reads aloud his own review of Wagnerism: Art and Politics in the Shadow of Music, by Alex Ross.