Tuesday, June 21, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Leaving a mess. Peter Galbraith -- a former senior U.N. official in Afghanistan -- says Canadian officials are misrepresenting the chaos in Kandahar.
Thinking inside the big-box. The United States Supreme Court throws out a sex-discrimination lawsuit filed by more than one-and-a-half million female Walmart employees.
Haste makes case. In a single day, a Tunisian court tries, convicts, and sentences its former leader in absentia -- but not everything thinks the speed trial was wise.
Blowing his cover. A Dutch group doesn't care how many awards Lawrence Hill's novel "The Book of Negroes" has won -- they're burning it, because of its title.
Dung deal. The Toronto Zoo teams up with a bio-gas company to turn the droppings of the world's most exotic animals into energy.
And...sight unseen. A New York psychologist proves that when it comes to unexpected events, no matter how dramatic, our eyes just aren't that reliable.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that's all ears.