Friday, June 17, 2011


When it rains, it pours. First it was drought -- and now extreme rainfall is threatening to make China's crop failures even worse.

A syndicated effort. The Japanese Yakuza -- or mafia -- are getting government contracts to clean up areas devastated by the tsunami.

Rights? Or wronged? Botswana's ambassador to the U.S. responds to allegations her country is ignoring the plight of the Kalahari Bushmen.

She went to postwar Bosnia to root out criminals, and ended up exposing her colleagues. A feature interview with the author of The Whistleblower: Sex Trafficking, Military Contractors, and One Woman's Fight For Justice.

The time has come to get their Phil. And Phil, and Phil... The town of Phil Campbell, Alabama hosts its international reunion for people named... Phil Campbell.

And... what they need is a deuce ex machina. Last year, two Wimbledon tennis players set a record for the longest match ever -- and now they've drawn each others' names again.

As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that hopes this new courtship doesn't lead to endless love.

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