Thursday, September 30, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
A nervous Reykjavik. With his country's economy still ice-cold, an Iceland MP tells us why he voted to indict former Prime Minister Gair Haarde.
Erin go blah. The Irish government announces its bank bailout will be billions of Euros more expensive than expected.
To slur and protect. A leaked report exposes accusations of systemic racism among police in Montreal North.
Unfortunately, Canso can not. Overwhelmed by the lousy economy, the historic Nova Scotia fishing town faces dissolution.
The MD's vessels make the most noise. New archival documents show that, on nineteenth-century British naval ships, an ounce of prevention was better than a pounding of cure.
And...low-overhead smash. A Toronto woman buys a secondhand serving platter -- and discovers it's actually a valuable, lost tennis trophy.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that's tray sportif.