Friday, January 7, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
He can't go back in time -- but he's going to. A new inquiry into the police murders at Mayerthorpe will re-open old wounds for a man whose son is in prison for failing to stop James Roszko.
If it's not music to their ears, they replace it with music. Hungarian officials enact a strict new media law -- which allows them to monitor, and censor, anything they don't like.
Georgia on her mind. The University of Georgia, to be exact -- where Charlayne Hunter-Gault was one of the first of two black students to enroll, half a century ago.
He put himself in harmony's way. And when he emerged, a British music professor had some new insights into why we find choral music so magical.
Gulls just want to have fun. But when female Scottish seabirds called "kittiwakes" can't find a male to have fun with, they're exiled to the cruelest of winter prisons: Canada.
And...the king of the jungle meets the maître d' of the Antarctic. In a German zoo, a penguin wanders out to meet the neighbours -- who happen to be lions.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that's perplexed by the mane attraction.