Connect the World takes viewers on a journey across continents, beyond headlines and into histories of the stories that are changing our world.
Angela Missoni is the head of one of the world's leading fashion companies - Missoni.
The Italian company is based in Varese and is well-known for its collection of bright-colored fabrics and patterns and unique knitwear.
We're giving you the chance to have your questions answered by the chief designer and head of the brand, Angela Missoni.
Please leave your questions for this fashion icon below and be sure to include where you're writing from.
Jay Leno is a stand-up comedian and host of “The Tonight Show," a popular, late-night TV talk show.
He has interviewed many of America’s biggest celebrities and politicians – from Justin Bieber, Paris Hilton and Beyonce, to Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Sarah Palin.
President Obama’s appearance on the programme was the first time a sitting US President had been interviewed on the late-night TV talk show circuit.
Another key moment came in 2003, when Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he was moving into politics.
Leno has done voiceovers for cartoons like "The Simpsons" and "South Park" and had cameos in episodes of "Friends" and "The West Wing."
They're the biggest band to ever come out of Japan and they've even sold more albums than the Beatles, Rolling Stones and Bruce Springsteen combined in Japan.
X Japan is the most successful musical export from the country and they've sold more than 21 million albums and singles worldwide.
The band is so popular that they were even invited to compose a song for the Emperor of Japan in 1999.
One of the band members, Yoshiki Hayashi even has his own line of race cars, jewellery, sunglasses, clothes and even fragrances.
The band is currently touring Europe and this is your chance to have your questions answered by this legendary band.
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They're two of the most successful racing figures today and they don't have any plans on slowing down.
Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton have been tearing up the racetracks with tremendous success and now they're turning their efforts to a new photographic exhibit to highlight the sport.
The new exhibition will be curated by Lewis and Button and feature stunning images from the British Grands Prix, including rarely seen shots from the legendary Getty Images archive.
In total there will be around 60 images on show that best sum up the enduring appeal of the British Grand Prix: the characters, the colour, the noise, the speed, the memories – but most of all, the passion.
Here's your chance to have your questions answered by these two racing legends.
Please leave your questions below and be sure to tell us where you're writing from.