Jackie Chan fights to save wildlife

Film star Jackie Chan tells us why he's declaring war on the illegal wildlife trade - he joins officials from more than forty countries in London as they try to put an end to illegal poaching. He's trying to change traditional attitudes to ivory and illegally traded wildlife in China - he tells us how sharks fin soup didn't make him strong.

We'll hear why a big US telecoms merger could be bad news for the country's infrastructure. As London fashion week kicks off, we have an interview with a designer Bernice Pan, who is trying to make the industry more sustainable.

And to mark Valentine's day, Mark Lesnick who runs iDate2014 - a huge internet dating conference will talk to us about the business of dating in the USA, whilst on-line dating entrepreneur Valenice Balace, founder of dating app Peekawoo give us the view from those young and in love in the Philippines.

Plus we go to Italy to find out how the pope's mission to help the poor is progressing in Rome.

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