Wednesday, February 2, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Protest counter-protest. More than a thousand people are injured when a heretofore unheard-of group of pro-Mubarak demonstrators joins the melée in Cairo.
Be careful what you wish for. Egyptian opposition leader Monir Abdel Nour urges protesters to stop asking the President to leave -- because he still has work to do before he leaves.
Royal with the changes. Prince Hassan talks about why Jordan dismissed its parliament -- and what the unrest in the region means.
Hasta la vista, babies. If you're born in the U.S., you're an American citizen -- but an Arizona politician wants to throw so-called "anchor babies" out with the bathwater.
Jumping on the bandwidth-wagon. After the CRTC makes a wildly unpopular decision about usage-based Internet billing, the Industry Minister uploads the issue.
And...an early bloomer -- particularly where bloomers were concerned. The story of "Boy Jones" -- the fourteen-year-old stalker whose obsession with Queen Victoria led him to steal her underwear.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that's sure that was an imprudent corset of action.