Friday, March 11, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Aftershock. First, one of the largest earthquakes in recorded history hits Japan. Then a massive tsunami rips ashore. And it's not over yet.
Trying to keep cool. Japanese authorities struggle to deal with an overheating nuclear reactor damaged by the earthquake.
All the presidential men. As the dust of the Egyptian revolution settles, an acclaimed Egyptian author reveals who he plans to vote for.
Guilt Complex. Mexican audiences have an on-again-off-again affair with the country's most popular documentary, "Presumed Guilty," first banned, then not.
Home steep home. Saskatoon's mayor has a plan to ease the burden of rising property taxes on the city's elderly.
And...He's the song-writer's song riter. Carol speaks with Grammy-Award winning musician Rodney Crowell in the "As It Happens" studio.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition, Radio that knows if you spare the Rodney, you spoil the radio.[an error occurred while processing this directive]