Thursday, March 17, 2011


The flights stop here.  With Moammar Gadhafi closing in on Benghazi, the UN votes to impose a no-fly zone, and to take, all necessary measures short of an invasion.

In-flight safety. We'll talk to a woman whose fear of the Fukushima disaster impelled her to leave Tokyo for Kyoto -- and now, has impelled her to leave Japan for France.

Home is where the harm is. A Japanese woman who's staying behind tells us about her anxiety and sorrow, as the struggle to prevent a meltdown continues.

At long last, he's once again Citizen Caine. After twenty-five years, Eric Caine -- who claims he was tortured into a double-murder confession -- is released from prison.

The tell-tale art. A mysterious sculpture is put on display at Concordia University -- in the hopes that someone will know whether it's important, or a paperweight.

And...forty-odd years of holding down the forte. Maestro Riccardo Muti hasn't just conducted himself accordingly -- which is why he's just been given a million dollars.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that covers the hot-baton issues.

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