Wednesday, December 1, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
The long harm of the law. A judge releases another video of police brutality in Ottawa -- and one of the offending officers looks suspiciously familiar.
Seeking long-distance justice. When a Guatemalan man is killed for speaking out against a Canadian mining company, his wife files a lawsuit against that company in Toronto.
An out-and-out vindication. Kicked out of the Marines for coming out, Justin Elzie says a new Pentagon report shows it's time for the U.S. military to reject "Don't Ask, Don't Tell".
Chock-a-cell-block. California has been ordered to thin out its prison population -- but it's going to the U.S. Supreme Court to avoid having to do so.
The first picture show. In 1932, Marta Eggerth starred in the film that kicked off her fabulous career -- and tonight she'll tell us about seeing it for the first time, just two weeks ago.
And...gin a body meet a body comin' thro' the gift shop. There's excitement in the Ayrshire air -- because the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum has finally opened up.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that supposes they'll have a haggis exhibit -- if they have the stomach for it.[an error occurred while processing this directive]