Friday, October 15, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
A degenerative disease, a regenerative development. The federal government agrees to provide benefits and treatment to veterans with ALS.
So far -- no way, José. The Canadian government orders José Figueroa deported -- for helping his countrymen fight El Salvador's brutal, U.S.-backed death squads.
Loyalists foiled by disloyal royals. A black cultural group in New Brunswick demands an apology from the British monarchy for its mistreatment of their ancestors in 1785.
Liberty, inequality, fraternity. Aspiring frat boys at Yale inspire outrage when they march across campus chanting misogynist slogans
The pyjama game. A Spanish pro-siesta organization pits napper against napper, to promote the importance of the collective unconscious.
And...sometimes you don't know whether you want a napkin or a parachute. Science finally solves one of life's most confounding mysteries: why airplane food is terminally bland.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that's heaving on a jet plane.