Monday, December 27, 2010 | Categories: Episodes |
Of oil barons and greased palms. Former Russian tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky is found guilty of fraud, but were the charges trumped up?
We could have had a G8! Oh, wait. We did. Former ambassador Paul Heinbecker looks at the many failures and few successes of Canadian diplomacy in 2010.
Puffin along just fine. A report says many threatened species of British wildlife are thriving this year now that proper 'seasonal' weather has returned to the UK.
She was the ivory queen of Soul. Remembering White Motown singer Teena Marie, who died in California.
He was one of Nashville's brightest lights -- in 1955. A replay of our intervew with Larry Harvey, who returned to the stage some five decades after he gave it up.
And, catching the fastest sand animal. A hidden camera snaps a picture of the rare and elusive Saharan cousin of the Savannah speedster.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that hopes this cheetah will prosper.[an error occurred while processing this directive]