We draw the week to a close with latest on the crisis over Crimea. Our correspondent Natalia Antelava continues her superb reporting from the ground there. Also today, what would Ronald Reagan do? Historian Suzanne Massie advised Reagan during the height of the Cold War. We'll speak to her about the Russian world view and stories from Reagan's oval office.
-- One year ago, Canadian filmmaker John Driftmier died in a plane crash while shooting the second season of the Discovery series "Dangerous Flights". His brother PETER DRIFTMIER discusses the loss, and why he's become an activist for better working conditions in so-called factual TV production. And KAREN WIRSIG of the Canadian Media Guild reveals what her research has uncovered about safety concerns in the industry.
-- DAVID BYRNE of the Talking Heads and author CHRIS RUEN are two members of the high-profile collective known as the Content Creators Coalition. They explain why they believe radio and streaming services should pay musicians more to play their songs, and what they're doing to achieve that.
We've got more context on the Ukraine crisis today. Natalia Antelava tells us about the Tatars of Crimea and we hear the view from Ukraine's neighbor Poland as well. Plus a conversation about the pop culture that informs Americans views of Russia.
Also today, the upside of failure with the curator of an exhibit called "Fail Better" at the Science Gallery at Trinity College, Dublin. He's full of interesting examples of spectacular human failures that ultimately led to great success.