Thursday, December 16, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Springing a leaker. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is out on bail and headed for a British country estate -- and we'll speak with the man who owns the manse.
The Motor City's dishonest mechanic. Former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is conveniently already in prison when he's indicted on multiple new charges -- including fraud.
Unfrozen in time. A B.C. man is alive today because of two brothers who refused to believe he couldn't be rescued from an icy demise.
After a long silence, we're getting ready to pipe up. The National Energy Board okays the Mackenzie Valley pipeline -- and an aboriginal group stands to make a bundle.
Time to break up the card game. The head of Canada's Competition Bureau takes a swipe at two credit-card giants -- and their exorbitant fees.
And...the Cuban fizzle crisis. Cuba crashes the Internet party with its own online encyclopaedia site -- which, itself, promptly crashes.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that's simply Havana wonderful Christmas-time.