Thursday, October 28, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Casting a Paul. During the genocide, Paul Rusesabagina provided sanctuary to Tutsis -- and now the Rwandan government is accusing him of providing money to a Hutu rebel group.
A terrible disease and its disastrous side effects. Fear of a cholera epidemic in Haiti leads to violence -- and Doctors Without Borders is on the receiving end.
Death imitates art. In Sweden, a series of shootings that appear to be racially motivated bears a striking similarity to a Henning Mankell crime novel.
It's like an iPad, but you can fold it. After nearly two years of publishing online, locked-out Montreal journalists embrace old technology -- and put out an actual paper.
They shoot shooters, don't they? Whenever Ria van Dijk hit a bullseye at the fair, a picture was taken -- and when those pictures are put together, they create a history of her life.
And...putting the "glad" in "gladiators". Competitors go titter-a-titter at Canada's first Grand Laughing Championship -- and only one will live happily ever laughter.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that's the greatest show on mirth.