Friday, October 8, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
The Nobel causes a ringing controversy. China is furious when one of its imprisoned dissidents earns this year's Peace prize.
Lawyering down. The Supreme Court rules you may not necessarily have the right to an attorney during police interrogations.
The concerto for flute and haggis? A long-lost score by Italian Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi turns up -- in Scotland.
Maybe they were looking for their porridge. A woman in Dauphin, Manitoba wakes up to find three bears up the tree in her yard.
Man! The torpedoes! A British man turns heads after launching his replica German U-Boat in the Leeds-Liverpool canal.
And, when one gesture begets another. After giving a race official an angry hand salute, an Australian cyclist withdraws from his final Commonwealth Games race in an act of contrition.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition. Radio with stories about life in the digital rage.[an error occurred while processing this directive]