The Mysteries of Prince, Trump's Migrant Workers, 'Game of Thrones' Doppelgängers

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Graffiti in Vitoria-Gasteiz (Spain). January 31, 2015
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Coming up on today's show:

  • Representatives from more than 160 countries are meeting in New York to sign the landmark Paris agreement on climate change today. Dr. David Nabarro, special adviser on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, explains how this agreement will be enforced. 
  • A new investigation has revealed that migrant workers employed by Donald Trump are receiving poor pay and living in squalid conditions while constructing a golf course bearing the name of the presidential candidate. VICE Senior Producer and Correspondent Ben Anderson has the details on this report.
  • President Obama is in the United Kingdom this week. He's trying to encourage Britain to remain in the European Union ahead of the nation's upcoming referendum in June. Bernard Jenkin, a member of the British Parliament and former vice chairman of the Conservative Party, argues that Britain should leave the E.U. 

  • Rafer Guzman, film critic for Newsday, drops by to review this week’s big new movie releases, including "A Hologram for The King" and "The Huntsman: Winter’s War."
  • The hit show "Game of Thrones" returns to HBO on Sunday, and it's hard not to draw comparisons between the fictional chaos in Westeros and the candidates running for the White House. Culture reporter Melissa Locker shares her election year "Game of Thrones" doppelgängers.
  • Oliver Ford Davies is a Laurence Olivier Award-winning actor and critically acclaimed Shakespearean performer. On the eve of William Shakespeare's death, he joins The Takeaway to discuss what it's like to perform Shakespeare around the world. 
  • Music superstar Prince, who died on Thursday at the age of 57, leaves behind a complex and mysterious legacy. Mobeen Azhar, a journalist, filmmaker, and director of the film “Hunting for Prince’s Vault,” explains that Prince's estate holds 2,000 songs that have never been released.