Wednesday, October 27, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
One day in the life of Ivan Henry. A B.C. man is acquitted after twenty-six years in prison -- and he tells us what he plans to do with his freedom.
Setting out our stall tactics. Environment Minister Jim Prentice explains why Canada hasn't exactly been a team player at the U.N. Convention on Biodiversity.
The prescription: tradition. A Canadian doctor wins a prestigious award for his disseminating an anti-malaria drug based on age-old Chinese herbal medicine.
The ol' pollen chain. Computers struggle to calculate the shortest trip between multiple points -- but for bees, it's a breeze.
Rob's rules of order. After our all-too-brief interview with Toronto's new mayor, Talkback is afforded a chance to speak about a Ford.
And...comrades in legs. With mere metres to go in a cross-country race, two competing high-school runners stop to give each other a sporting chance.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that also never attended finishing school.