38 Min Released Apr 11, 2017

Genuine Fake

The only thing Ken Perenyi loved as much as art was swindling the art world. He relished the contest of wits, the risk of getting caught, the thrill of deception, the sense of power that comes with a successful con. But more than anything else, he wanted to see his work get the recognition he always felt it deserved. This week, we speak to the man behind some of the greatest art frauds of the twentieth century.





The Grift

The Grift

The greatest con artists and the lives they ruin.

Go To Show Page

More Episodes

Episode 66: The EPA

Civics 101

We take a tour through the multi-faceted Environmental Protection Agency.

15 Min

Oct 17, 2017

Hulu Ad Sales Chief Talks TV's Shift to Digital

WSJ Media Mix

Peter Naylor, senior vice president of advertising sales at Hulu, discusses the streaming company's push into original series, why it introduced an ad-free model and how Hulu wants to put together a new skinny bundle.

30 Min

Sep 21, 2016

Lexicon: Away in a Penthouse, the Little Lord Jesus

Slate Magazine Daily Feed

When "hath" gave way to "has," the original meaning of "merry," and other insights from popular Christmas carols.

0 Min

Dec 27, 2016