Tuesday, November 30, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
A wasted opportunity. A B.C. doctor tells us how drunk drivers use hospital emergency rooms as "safe havens" after accidents -- and why their blood samples can't always be shared with police.
Disdain from a distance. The head of the Haitian Council of Montreal vigorously disagrees with the official line that Sunday's election was fraught but fair.
His chief attributes. Former Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino wins an Ontario by-election -- and tells us about his new beat.
Nuclear over-reaction. Two of Iran's nuclear scientists are targeted by assassins -- and an Israeli journalist is sure his country is responsible.
Turn your head and cough it up. In Quebec, some patients are alleging that they've bribed their doctors to expedite procedures.
And...the seat of power. Don't just sit there -- or at least, not like that -- because American researchers have determined that, if you recline correctly, you actually become more authoritative.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that reflects on the power, the behind, and the throne.