Friday, June 10, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
An officer and ungentle man. Almost a year after an assault at the G-20, a Toronto constable is charged.
Go, Firth, and multiply. Colin Firth's accomplishments continue to pile up: this time, he's the co-author of a scientific study.
Blood, sweat and volunteers. On the fiftieth anniversary of CUSO, a Nigerian diplomat tells us how the organization changed his life.
First Nations frustration. In her last report as Auditor General, Sheila Fraser says there's been little progress on the poor conditions on reserves.
The clone ranger. If you're frustrated by your lousy polo horse, one Texas man can help -- by making you a copy of a great polo horse.
And...a bicycle built for doom. A New York man illustrates the ridiculousness of the city's bike lanes with a video in which he smashes into a whole bunch of stuff.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that speaks softly and carries a slapstick.