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We're focusing in on Ukraine today. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Kiev, along with his Russian and European counterparts, to try and reach a deal to end the fighting in Ukraine. We'll get the latest from Kiev.

Plus, regular contributor Marine Olivesi has the story of a French father who went to Syria on a search for his sons, both of whom had joined ISIS. Host Marco Werman will also check in with John Horgan, an expert on efforts to reform young extremists who have returned from the fight.

One of America’s greatest writers is the subject of an MTSU symposium and the next edition of the “MTSU On the Record” radio program.

Host Gina Logue’s interview with Dr. Harry Lee Poe, an indirect descendant of Edgar Allan Poe, will air from 5:30 to 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, and from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 15, on WMOT-FM (89.5 and



Today's guest host is DANIEL RICHLER

-- Journalist REBECCA MEAD talks about her visit to KidZania, designed to prepare children for adult life. Q also hears from CAMMIE DUNAWAY, CEO of the American division of KidZania.

An Israeli couple decides to form a gospel choir in Tel Aviv. More on that story in a minute.

We head to Jordan first today to hear about the execution of two Iraqi jihadists. Those executions were in response to the release of a video yesterday by the militant group ISIS, which showed the gruesome death of a captured Jordanian pilot. 

Today's guest host is DANIEL RICHLER

-- THE CHALLENGE OF LOCATING NAZI-LOOTED ART.  Q explores the challenge of tracking down art looted by Nazis during the Holocaust with two people involved in the search. ELINOR KROITORU works at an Israeli agency searching for the lost art, and CLARENCE EPSTEIN is the head of the Max Stern Art Restitution Project at Concordia University in Montreal.