Tuesday, February 22, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
The ground shakes, again. Residents of Christchurch, New Zealand endure their second deadly earthquake in less than six months.
A small victory in Libya, part one: We speak to a resident of Benghazi as the town celebrates the departure of Moammar Gadhafi's forces.
A small victory in Libya, part two: Egyptian doctors begin to transfer much-needed medical aid into the country.
It's the end of the world as they know it, and they feel victory. A declassifed U.S. Air Command film from 1958 shows how calm senior generals would be in the event of a nuclear holocaust.
Without a stool pigeon, I guess they'll track the pigeon stool. Police are on the case after 5,000 of the birds are stolen from an farm in Abbotsford.
And the crimping goes on the side, okay? Not on the top! Tired of foreign imitations masquerading as the real thing, the English county of Cornwall gets EU protection for its famous D-shaped pie.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that's no pastry pasty patsy.