Monday, December 13, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
The storm amid the calm. An ongoing turf war in Vancouver spreads into a residential neighbourhood -- where a gunfight leaves two critically injured.
Continental divide. Just like in the West, African researchers are coming up with important health research -- but the difference is, in Africa, that research goes undeveloped.
Stockholm in shock. No one but the suicide bomber is killed in a weekend detonation -- but the blast ignites a debate over Sweden's immigration policy.
A feast of Stephen. A boy named Hoodoo McFiggin is crushed to learn that it's better to give than receive, in Stephen Leacock's Christmas story.
Run for your life -- jog at your peril. A sports journalist learns that, when it comes to your endurance, your choice of words may be more important than your choice of footwear.
And...waxing nostalgic. A British village continues a perfectly normal tradition of staging a "candle auction", which is won when a horse-nail falls out of a -- you know what, I'll get someone British to explain.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that warns: something wicked this way comes.