Wednesday, February 9, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Transactions speak louder than words. Which hasn't stopped a lot of people from protesting about a proposed merger between the Toronto and London stock exchanges.
Adding insult to insurrection. We'll speak with an Egyptian protester who claims he was detained and tortured by security forces.
The discussion goes downhill. There's outrage in Georgia, after it's disclosed that there were serious concerns about the luge track on which a Georgian athlete died.
De-signing women. And men. Officials in Charlottetown get tired of seeing red -- and decide to take down a bunch of stop signs.
There's no "Ai-yi-yi" in "team". But new research finds that, when it comes to the stress that afflicts groups of ravens, there should be.
And...weakness in numbers. You may think that understanding language and understanding digits and sums are two different things, but no -- a hundred times no!
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that has learned sometimes there's no accounting for taste -- and sometimes there's no taste for a counting.