Friday, October 1, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Infection and contrition. Seventy years ago, American researchers deliberately exposed hundreds of Guatemalans to STDs -- and today, the U.S. Secretary of State apologized.
Still together -- but facing irreconcilable differences. American airstrikes and Pakistani retribution expose and increasingly fractious relationship between the allied countries.
Dealing from the bottom of the deck. Not only are illegal fishermen abusing the law -- many are also abusing crewmembers working belowdecks.
'Net loss, Part One: a nasty comment under an online story about a fatal accident prompts a Florida newspaper to display some unusual compassion.
'Net loss, Part Two: a New York man's convictions led him to victimize academics on the Internet -- which, in turn, led to his conviction.
And...that's another fine Gilgamesh he's gotten us into. Babylonian is still a dead language -- but a British scholar is attempting to resuscitate it on the Web.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that believes when something is wrong with our Babylonian, something is wrong with us.