Tuesday, November 9, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
The student body. No students are punished for an alleged gang-rape at a South African school -- which leads to outrage across the country.
Anti-battery acid. In Russia, where reporters are regularly assaulted and even killed, the beating of one journalist incites a groundswell of bitter protest.
Redefining intolerance. A conference in Ottawa seeks to combat anti-Semitism -- but some critics say there are those who want to make it a crime to criticize Israel.
Losing the plots. Hundreds of First Nations veterans lie in unmarked graves in Saskatchewan -- and a movement is afoot to correct that grave disservice.
You can't spell "basketball victory" without TLC. Not in that order, of course. A California scientist discovers that NBA teams do better when they're more touchy-feely.
And...the first glimpse since the Third Reich. Sculptures that were deemed "deviant" by the Nazis in the nineteen-thirties are unearthed and put on display in Berlin.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio with chiselled features.