A year after George Orwell published his classic novel, "Animal Farm", it became a hit with an unexpected group -- Ukrainian refugees from the Soviet Union. They understood Orwell's allegorical novel about the Soviet Union in a way that others did not.
It's the Arab world's American Idol. But it's not about music. It's all about poetry. Television producer Mona Al Ruwaini tells anchor Lisa Mullins about a wildly popular TV poetry contest that has raised eyebrows throughout the Gulf region.