Monday, June 13, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
He said she said. The woman behind a much-visited blog called "Gay Girl in Damascus" turns out not to be a woman at all.
A struggle to stop struggling. In Japan, evacuation centres are still full of displaced people -- and one aid worker tells us about evacuees' attempts to find stability.
Minding their P and Q. A dozen young members of the Parti Quebecois ask the old guard to step aside.
Changing the lay of the lands. A feature interview with Roy Sesana, who fights for the rights of the Bushmen of the Kalahari.
Swiss mist. It's attended by bigwigs from all over the world -- but British journalist Charlie Skelton finds the mysterious Bilderberg conference is shrouded in shadows and fog.
And...everything and the sinking kitchen. To save Yellowknife's historic Wildcat Cafe, workers are taking it apart, log by log.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that presents ideologues and log ideas.[an error occurred while processing this directive]