Thursday, March 24, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Fly away costs. The government and parliamentary budget officer continue to spar about the costs of new fighter jets, but a U.S. defence analyst says they've both got their heads in the clouds.
An uneasy alliance. Libya's Transitional National Council says its happy with the coalition Air Strikes targetting Moammar Gadhafi's forces -- but the council says opposition forces could use more help.
Uncivil war. Louise Arbour, the head of International Crisis Group, urges nations within Africa -- and without -- to intervene in the escalating violence in Ivory Coast.
Left high and dry. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, a settlement is reached in a case that blamed a New Orleans hospital for failing to rescue the sick and wounded.
His waters run deep. The winner of this year's Stockholm Water Prize talks to us about the complexity of managing Earth's most precious natural resource.
And...We're going to give you your fill of Phils. The town of Phil Campell, Alabama, is honouring its namesakes -- all of them.
As It Happens, the Thursday Edition. Radio that knows there's no place name like home.