Wednesday, February 16, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Catch as catch scan. B.C. kicks off an investigation into why unqualified radiologists were reading CT scans -- and medical authorities are waiting for answers as well.
Parsing sentences. Facing tough-on-crime legislation that will fill their jails, the provinces want to make inmates with shorter sentences a federal responsibility.
Blogged down. Officially, Tal al-Mallouhi was put in Syrian prison for sharing state secrets -- but unofficially, critics believe she's there for her activities online.
Barking up the wrong T's. The NFL printed up millions of T-shirts in case Pittsburgh won the Super Bowl -- and one economist is urging the league not to send them to Africa.
Bank Notes, Part One: a Nova Scotia man tackles a photocopier problem at an Amherst bank -- and then tackles the guy who tried to rob it.
And...Bank Notes, Part Two: when his local Wells Fargo hassles a Philadelphia homeowner, he strikes back -- and now the bank has to sell off its stuff to pay him.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that figures that now, it's nobody's vault but his.