We're gearing up for D-Day celebrations tomorrow. It'll be 70 years since Allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy to begin liberating France from Nazi Germany. Reporter Jake Cigainero is on the scene and gives us a feel for the ongoing commemorations. Plus, with Russian President Vladimir Putin among the dignitaries headed to the celebrations, we revisit the Soviet role in the World War Two and ask how D-Day is remembered in Moscow, if at all.
-- 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.