In Egypt, the military ultimatum for Muhammad Morsi comes to pass. A look at the rise of foreign-owned English-language broadcast networks. Catalina Maria Johnson highlights sounds and artists from the Fes Festival of World Sacred Music.
We examine the fallout from massive protests marking a year in power for Muhammad Morsi of Egypt. Then, Howard Learner provides insight into Barack Obama's speech on climate change. Also, a personal look at the push for independence in Scotland.
Cairo-based journalist Ashraf Khalil joins us from Tahrir Square to discuss the latest news from Egypt; film contributor Milos Stehlik argues in defense of director Billy Wilder; and Weekend Passport heads deep into the heart of Scotland.
An Egyptian official says the top prosecutor in the Hosni Mubarak trial will appeal the recent verdict, which acquitted the former leader and his two sons on corruption charges and cleared senior police officers of complicity in killing protesters during last year's uprising.