Today we discuss El Chapo's possible extradition, and the legacy of David Bowie. Mexican authorities have begun the process of extraditing the re-captured drug lord Joaquin "el Chapo" Guzman to the US. We focus on the controversy over actor Sean Penn's interview with El Chapo, published by Rolling Stone this weekend. Also, Marco speaks with Alfredo Corchado, Mexico bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News, who says Penn's actions and Rolling Stone's decision to allow El Chapo to approve the text represent an "epic insult" to Mexican journalists. The other big story today is, of course, David Bowie's passing. His death is being mourned all over the globe, including in Iran, where journalist Maziar Bahari says he is Bowie's number one Iranian fan. Plus, we hear one of the many international versions of David Bowie's songs: Changes — sung in Portuguese by Brazilian artist Seu Jorge. It is definitely worth a listen.