Tuesday, April 12, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Starving for attention. After her father and husband are arrested, a Bahraini woman goes on hunger strike, demanding their release.
Maximum insecurity. One month after the tsunami, Japan acknowledges that the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear plant is as bad as possible.
Why does Muskoka get all the cool stuff? Revelations about G-8 gifts to another Ontario community have Toronto wondering what it got from hosting the G-20.
A fantasy about reality. An encore presentation of Carol's interview with Salman Rushdie -- about a book that's both fantastical and allegorical.
Woody? Well, he not only would -- he did. How a sneaky animator hid avant-garde art in the frames of "Woody Woodpecker" cartoons.
And...Package deal. Iceland's Phallological Museum finally has a human specimen -- courtesy of a deceased ninety-five-year-old Lothario who agreed to donate his most prized possession.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that respects those who honour a genital-man's agreement.