-- SOPHIA MCLENNEN, author of the books "Colbert's America" and "Is Satire Saving Our Nation?", looks at the legacy of the character 'Stephen Colbert.'
-- AMY FREDEEN and SEAN VESCE from the E-line media company on the video game 'Never Alone', designed to preserve oral storytelling traditions of Indigenous people in Alaska and developed with the regions Inupiat community
That's the generation of Cubans who came of age after the fall of the Soviet Union and the economic support it provided their nation. Yuro Leyva Lopez is one of them. Ten years ago he was Marco Werman's helper and translator when he took a reporting trip to Cuba. Now Yuro lives in exile in Spain. Today on the World he'll tell us how he feels about plans to normalize relations between the US and Cuba.
-- ALLAN HAWCO reflects on the legacy of ‘Republic of Doyle’ as the popular CBC TV series comes to an end.
-- West coast artist CAREY NEWMAN on his latest project The Witness Blanket, a large scale art installation made of artifacts from across the country gathered from residential schools and related institutions.