-- Toronto's F***ED UP are back with their 4th studio record "Glass Boys". It sees the progressive punk-rockers turn inward and assess their evolution from a fringe hardcore act, to an internationally adored mainstream rock band. The two core songwriters, singer DAMIEN ABRAHAM and guitarist MIKE HALIECHUK stop by for a feature conversation.
-- The New Yorker's MARGARET TALBOT talks about the digital cloning of actors and why these computer-generated renditions could be a game-changer for Hollywood, from casting cheaper body doubles instead of big name stars... to allowing actors to keep 'younger' versions of themselves... to keeping actors "alive" post-posthumously.
Think fast -- can you name the country where poetry might be worth more than a Nobel Prize? More clues in a sec.
But first, the release of US Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl in exchange for five Taliban prisoners has got generated a lot of conversation. It's got us wondering what's going on at Guantanamo Bay these days. We'll bring you some insight on that.
-- JANET KESTIN and NANCY VONK are two of the advertising minds behind Dove's viral Campaign for Real Beauty. They talk about their new book "Darling, You Can't Do Both", about how women can begin to change the rules of business culture.
-- With beach season weeks away, journalist DANIEL DUANE of Men's Journal discovers from his own experience there is probably one basic formula for achieving a visibly fit body... no personal trainer needed.