Tuesday, December 21, 2010 | Categories: Episodes
Apprehended -- despite previous apprehensions. Six months after a protester was beaten by police at the G-20 Summit, a Toronto police officer is arrested and charged with assault.
A rude awakening for the DREAM Act. The United States Senate fails to pass legislation that would have paved the way for young immigrants to become American citizens.
Burying our heads in the sands. According to an expert panel, you couldn't really call the Alberta oilsands monitoring system a "system" at all.
After all she's been through, she's feeling a little beakéd. A New York bird expert is reacquainted with what may be the oldest red-tailed hawk on the continent.
Look back at anger. As Thailand prepares to lift its state of emergency, we'll revisit the country's spring of violent protest -- and military reprisal.
And...well, it's not Chekhov -- but it's close. A Minnesota company engages in a remarkable theatrical enterprise, when it performs Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" entirely in the Klingon language.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that wishes you all the best for the holo-deck season.