-- Jian sits down with musician and CBC Radio host Randy Bachman, whose band Bachman-Turner Overdrive is this year's inductee into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
-- Jian talks to Winnipeg poet Katherena Vermette, who won the Governor General's Award for English-language Poetry for her collection "North End Love Songs". Plus, Tegan and Sara perform their song “Closer” from Heartthrob and sit down with Jian for a proper chat..
-- Jian talks to University of California neuroscientist James Fallon, who looked at brain scans from his own family history to learn more about the psychopathic brain...and found that he fit the objective criteria. He's written a book called "The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist's Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain," to understand how someone can have aspects of psychopathic behaviour, but without the darkest manifestations.
Turning hoop dreams into carrot cake. In Spain. Stick with us -- we'll explain.
But first, President Obama continues his European tour with a stop in Italy to meet with Pope Francis. That's a whole lot of "hope and change" wrapped in one meeting. We'll take a look at the symbolism of these two world leaders coming together. We'll also hear how the Pope's election led one Argentine, who happens to be from Francis' home town, to rethink his stance on the Church.