Lagarde Under Investigation
Paddy Hirsch from Marketplace in Los Angeles and The Guardian's Tania Branigan in Beijing join Jon Bithrey to discuss the investigation into IMF chief Christine Lagarde for alleged negligence.
Adventurer Alex Bellini tells us of his plans to spend a year living on an iceberg off the coast of Greenland and Richard Taylor in San Francisco explains California's new killswitch law, designed to reduce mobile phone theft.
Calcutta-based reporter Rahul Tandon tells us that India is now the best place in the world to buy cheap airline tickets and discusses the southern state of Kerala's plans to ban the sale of alcohol.
Plus, we're joined from Canberra by Doctor Ben Greene, who's joining forces with Lockheed Martin to build a space junk tracking station in the Australian outback.