De Nile is not just a river in Egypt. It's also the state in which the country's president lives -- which he proves by transferring power to his vice president, but refusing to leave.
Hello, you must be going. In Cairo's Tahrir Square, protesters reject Hosni Mubarak's latest concession -- and resolve to stay put until he's gone.
Out of options. The leader of Egypt's opposition Wafd Party once believed the president's departure would be dangerous -- and now he believe's it's mandatory.
State of emergency. A doctor in Ciudad Juarez tells us about the dangers of working the late shift in one of the crime capitals of the world.
Baptismal? More like "bap-dismal". The Church of England decides its christening ceremony is hopelessly dry -- and hopes that new language will make a splash.
And...a sore sight for eyes. Apparently, looking directly at a painful wound will make it less painful -- and not just because you'll faint.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that adds insight to injury.