On today's show:
Murder, Fame and The Web
(Starts at 7:45)
The Netflix miniseries, "Don’t F*** With Cats," is, in part, a profile of Luka Magnotta, a cat killer-turned-murderer. But mostly it’s a story about a group of Internet sleuths — amateur investigators who used Google and Facebook to track down Magnotta even before police investigators did. John Horn spoke with director Mark Lewis about what his series has to say about fame and Internet culture.
Deadly Flu Stops Bands In Their Tracks
(Starts at :45)
John talks with Tamar Herman of Billboard Magazine about how some bands are canceling or postponing shows in Southeast Asia because of growing concern over the spread of the coronavirus.
Do Her Dogs Wear Blue Velvet?
(Starts at 19:45)
Isabella Rossellini is famous for many things: for being the daughter of Ingrid Bergman and filmmaker Roberto Rossellini; for her career as a glamorous model; and for her riveting role in one of David Lynch’s creepier movies. But lately she’s been writing and performing short films and stage shows that focus on her fascination with the animal kingdom. Rossellini met with The Frame contributor Chloe Veltman at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. As exotic birds and butterflies fluttered above, they chatted about training dogs, breeding chickens and making theater.