Friday, February 25, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Moammar the merciless. From Tripoli, a woman who's afraid to leave her home tells us about the despot's desperate crackdown.
Methinks we doth protest too little. While Libya's leader mows down demonstrators, the international community hems and haws.
The revolution should not have been televised. In Zimbabwe, dozens of people are arrested and charged with treason, for watching footage of the Egyptian protests.
The unknown soldier no longer. Nearly a century after he died near Vimy Ridge, a Canadian soldier is identified.
If at thirst you don't succeed, die, die again. That's the message one Australian scientist wants to send to the cane toad scourge -- by depriving them access to water.
And...for bitter and for worse. New research indicates that, if you're drinking something sour, you're more likely to be sour yourself.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that feels when life gives you lemons, you just get really cranky. I mean, thanks a lot, life!