Tuesday, March 15, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Courageous to the core. A brave crew of workers struggles to contain the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear plant -- and one expert tells us what they're facing.
Point of departure. While Japan's government urges people near the reactors to keep calm and carry on, foreigners are urged to get as far away as possible.
While some get out, aid can't get in. An International Red Cross worker tells us about the devastation that's interfering with relief efforts on Japan's north-east coast.
The suggestion never got off the ground. Despite French pressure, the G-8 powers reject the idea of a no-fly zone in Libya.
Kiss me, skate. After a fire destroys their rink and equipment, young hockey players in a small Yukon community get thirty thousand bucks for new gear.
And...on the Chopin block. With the help of the great Romantic composer, researchers discover a handful of key factors that make a piano performance exquisite -- or excruciating.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that figures one good Nocturne deserves another.