Zambian-born economist, Dambisa Moyo, talks about her new book, 'Dead Aid', and how she believes that stopping the flow of aid to Africa could help the continent escape the cycle of extreme poverty, disease and corruption. Plus, a remarkable film that shows a very different side of Pakistan is being released at film festivals around the world. Called 'Made in Pakistan', it was inspired by a Newsweek magazine article that claimed Pakistan was "the most dangerous place in the world". The film sets out to show that what the world sees of Pakistan is not what is going on in the country itself. Adil and Hiba Sher, the film's producers, join the show.