Tuesday, January 11, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Jumping the gun. In the aftermath of the shooting in Tucson, sales of the weapon used by Jared Loughner skyrocket.
The best defence for an unspeakable offence. We look at the remarkable career of lawyer Judy Clarke, who'll represent the accused Arizona shooter.
Neighbourhood watch. A Liberian politician tells us why the crisis in Ivory Coast has repercussions for his country, and the entire west African region.
The price of gas. Carbon sequestration is a nice idea -- but for a couple whose farm sits on a carbon-dioxide storage facility, the reality is alarming.
How do you attract stag beetles? Gingerly. A British scientist finds that, when conducting a census of endangered insects, the quickest route is ginger root.
And...live and let liver. After a Montreal chef drops out of an Ottawa event over anti-foie gras protests, some of his colleagues add the controversial item to their own menus.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that refuses to toe the pâté line.