Monday, November 1, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
Crime and punishment -- with eight years in between. The Chief of Prosecutions at Guantanamo Bay tells us that justice has been done in the case of Omar Khadr.
Ordnance and ordinances. A Yemeni journalist tells us the international backlash against his country over a terrorist bomb plot has more to do with politics than prudence.
The solitary death of Ashley Smith. An internal Correctional Services report concluded the nineteen-year-old did not commit suicide in prison -- and her family wants that report to be made public.
The fight to save childhood. A feature interview with General Romeo Dallaire about his efforts to stop the use of child soldiers around the world.
A rescue story, in shades of grey. A new documentary celebrates Gyles Mackrell -- who saddled up elephants to carry refugees to safety.
And...into thin R's. When we leave a letter out of mountaineer George Mallory's name, and call him George Malloy, Talkback Everests its case.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that provokes fits of peak.[an error occurred while processing this directive]