August Wilson has been called the Chekhov of 20th century African-American experience. On today’s show, we talk with the stars and producer of August Wilson’s final play, Radio Golf. Then, sculptor Richard Serra talks about his retrospective at MoMA. Plus, British bad boy chef Marco Pierre White talks about genius and madness in the kitchen. And we start the show off with two Underreported features. First, an update on political repression in Ethiopia. Then, fighting AIDS in Soweto (in Johannesburg, South Africa).