Wednesday, May 18, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A picture is worth a thousand words -- and zero charges. Ontario's police watchdog says it can't identify the officer in a photo of a violent G-20 takedown -- so it's closing the case.
Retrial and tribulations. Eighteen years after the racially motivated murder of a British teenager, a new trial is set to begin -- and one of the suspects has stood trial for the crime before.
A protest minus violence leaves Israel non-plussed. Palestinian demonstrators breach the Israeli border, without firing a shot.
This comes straight from the top. Lots of tops, actually: an American non-profit project turns African T-shirt into money for charities.
The place to be becomes the place to have been. A.E. Hotchner waxes eloquent about Elaine's -- the New York restaurant that's closing after half a century.
And...why should an engine purr when it could meow? Electric cars make very little noise -- so one British academic sees an opportunity for us to choose the noise they make.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that seeks a vroom of one's own.