-- The prolific and creative Grammy-winning singer and producer Pharrell Williams has drawn attention lately as one of the rare musicians to compete against himself -- with the songs Blurred Lines and Get Lucky -- for a number 1 spot on the Billboard charts. Pharrell joins Jian to discuss the relationship between design and music, the art of collaboration, and the new Toronto exhibition of playful art he's curated called This is Not a Toy.
The World's Matthew Bell is out and about in Boston today to capture the mood of both runners and spectators as the city stages the 118th running of its famous marathon, a year after the event was marred by two explosions at the finish line.
We'll also be checking in on the latest from the ferry disaster in South Korea. Today, the country's leader condemned the action of the ferry's crew last week as "akin to murder."
-- EMILY PARKER, digital diplomacy advisor and author of "Now I Know Who My Comrades Are: Voices From The Internet Underground" talks about reports that the US government tried to set up a Twitter-style service in Cuba to stir dissent... and the real challenges of bringing the internet revolution to Cuba.