Tuesday, October 26, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Lightning Rob. The new mayor of Canada's largest city, Rob Ford, is too busy for an interview -- but he gives us part of one anyway.
Up against a Wall. If the government wants to sell Saskatchewan's Potash Corporation, it will have to contend with the province's premier, Brad Wall.
From the halls of power to Death Row. Tariq Aziz, formerly Saddam Hussein's right-hand man, is sentenced to death by hanging.
Swept away. In Indonesia, a powerful earthquake triggers a tsunami that decimates villages, and kills more than a hundred people.
He always saw it coming. If we had paid closer attention to Paul the prognosticating octopus, we'd know he was saying, "Spain will win the World Cup -- and I'm totally going to die in October."
And...sentence and sensibility. A British academic finds that Jane Austen was an atrocious speller who owes her reputation to an assiduous editor.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that salutes the man without whom we would be reading "Mansfield Pork".