Monday, October 11, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
Sludge-slinging. Hungary's environment minister takes aim at the company responsible for spilling toxic ooze into the country's river system.
Getting the facts out from Underground. A public inquiry into the 7/7 suicide bombings begins in London.
Unfamiliar territory. India's prime minister asks people to stop naming things after members of the Ghandi clan.
On second thought, it looks a bit sketchy. A Calgary art historian can't decide whether a painting said to be by Leonardo Da Vinci is for real.
In the world of oats, he's a high roller. An interview with the winner of the World Porridge-Making Championships.
And they owe Odette to technology. A Swedish production of Tschaikovsky's famous ballet makes its debut -- with a robotic swan.
As It Happens, the Monday Edition. Radio that articulates its pointe.[an error occurred while processing this directive]