A number of American soldiers who fought in Vietnam have returned to Vietnam to try to help rebuild the country. We'll talk with Don Blackburn, a vet who now lives in Vietnam and journalist Nissa Rhee.
We discuss what President Obama's trip to Africa could mean for US relations with the continent. Then, Milos Stehlik offers a glimpse of new action thriller "White House Down." Plus, we explore weekend events with an international theme.
Film noir seems to be the one film genre that has found a vibrant new audience 60-odd years after the films were made. Now selections from San Francisco’s Noir City Film Festival are being shown in Chicago.
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.