Friday, March 25, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
The fall guys. Stephen Harper's minority goverment takes a tumble after being found in contempt by all three opposition parties.
Seeing red. Deputy Liberal leader, Ralph Goodale, explains what was behind the Grit's decision to force an election.
Generating more anxiety. After increased radiation levels, the Japanese government urges a wider evacuation area around the Fukushima nuclear power plant.
Talking Turkey. The country initially objected to NATO involvement in Libya. Now Turkey does an about-face.
A clear and primate danger. A viral YouTube video sheds light on the illegal trade of the endangered slow loris.
And...Looking for an honest day's work? You'll want to check out the incredibily forthright ad one newspaper took out in its search for a stellar reporter.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition. Radio radio that, if we may say so, is always up to the job.