Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with BBC correspondent Zubair Ahmed in India about a "mock documentary" called "The President is Coming." The film pokes fun at President Bush but also makes fun of India's fascination with America.
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder tells anchor Lisa Mullins about the latest scandal to hit the financial world. The chairman of India's outsourcing giant Satyam resigned today after admitting that the company's been falsely inflating its profits for years.
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Pakistani author and journalist Ahmed Rashid about relations between the U.S. and Pakistan. They also discuss the importance of Pakistan's move to close a major supply route into Afghanistan as part of its offensive against militants in the region.
Correspondent Jamila Trindle reports that hard economic times in Turkey have seen a spike in domestic violence. Many Turkish women who face abuse seek the safety of women's shelters. But the government is closing some down.
Anchor Marco Werman interviews Indian-American saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa about his new CD "Apti" which means "coming together." He performs it with his trio the Indo-Pak Coalition, and believes that after the Mumbai attacks.