Monday, March 21, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
The cost of freedom, part one. Parliament debates exactly what Canada's role is in the international mission in Libya.
The cost of freedom, part two. We remember a citizen journalist from the Libyan city of Benghazi who was killed this weekend by a sniper.
Trying to keep its cool. Despite serious international concerns, the Tokyo Electric Power Company assures us that emergency workers have everything under control at the the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
The state of the state of emergency. Ten days after the earthquake and resulting tsunami, Northern Japan struggles to cope with the scope of the aftermath.
Rare birds. Nope, that's not a play on words -- we're simply going to tell you about the rare Amsterdam Albatross.
And...Who let the hogs out? A few escaped pigs have grown into a gang which has taken over the woods in Christina Lake, British Columbia.
As It Happens, the Monday Edition. Radio that knows just how important it is to bring home the bacon.