Bestselling author and lifelong fisherman Paul Greenberg discusses what a growing demand for fish means for the oceans and the seafood industry. Part of this demand comes from the omega-3 fatty acids industry, which produces pills made from fish. Greenberg committed to eating fish daily for a year to see if it would improve his health. He also explores the complicated route seafood takes in order to reach a dinner plate, and what sustainable options are available for fish farming. Filmmakers Brett Berns and Bob Sarles join us to discuss the life of legendary music producer and writer Bert Berns. Berns was pioneering force in the 1940s, '50s and '60s music industry. He wrote hits like "Twist and Shout" and "Piece of My Heart." Dawit Gebremichael Habte joins us to discuss his memoir Gratitude in Low Voices, which chronicles his journey as a young man from war-torn Eritrea to Kenya, and finally to asylum in the U.S. Tasoula Georgiou Hadjitofi discusses how infiltrated the underground world of art trafficking in order to find antiquities that were stolen during the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus.