-- With the Quebec election underway, language and identity are once again hot topics. Jian speaks to L'actualite blogger JEROME LUSSIER, who argues that for French language and culture to survive, Quebec should move away from coercive measures like language laws.
-- Jian talks to artist Suzanne Heintz about her 14-year-long photography project "Life Once Removed", a series of elaborately staged photographs with her mannequin family.
Today this question is on our minds: how can an intercontinental passenger jet literally DISAPPEAR in this high tech era of ours? The World's Matthew Bell reports on the possible whereabouts of the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
Plus, three years after Fukushima, what's the damage and what are the lessons learned? Marco chats with PBS Newshour Correspondent Miles O'Brien about his recent reporting in Japan.
-- We speak to Ali Gul Pir and Adil Omar. They’re both behind the new song "Kholo ban, chor" and viral video in Pakistan demanding the government lift its ban on YouTube, while mocking the politicians and culture that placed the ban in the first place.
-- Comic books aren't just about entertainment or escape. We talk to psychologist and the creator of comicspedia.net, Dr. Patrick O'Connor, about the use of comics during therapy, also known as "superhero therapy."