Monday, November 8, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
With agencies like these, who needs enemies? Disbelief gives way to outrage, as Iran and Saudi Arabia are poised to be elected members of a UN group devoted to women's rights.
He can't even breathe a sigh of relief. A former New York police detective tells us about the health problems he developed after his time at Ground Zero -- and his part of an expected compensation package.
Fraudulent election, real unrest. The vote in Burma returns an unsurprising result -- but subsequent clashes send tens of thousands of refugees over the Thai border.
Hit and Miss. The "Miss" is "Miss Teen Nova Scotia" -- and the "hit" was a fee she paid to national pageant organizers that got her nothing.
Being in an orchestra requires serious pluck. Or slightly goofy pluck -- as in the case of the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain.
And...the house of the writhing sons. Or rather, daughters. Scientists discover a female boa constrictor who gave birth without any help from a male -- to two litters of critters who are, essentially, her half-clones.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that hopes she doesn't give those kids the coiled shoulder.