Tuesday, June 28, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Greece lightning. Prime Minister George Papandreou's proposed austerity measures unleash a storm of protest in the streets of Athens.
Seek and ye shall fine. The federal Competition Bureau penalizes Bell for charging higher prices than it advertised.
Left to their own device-less-ness. As American and Canadian troops pull out of Afghanistan, the number of homeless Afghans is on the rise.
Shrike-ology 101. Saskatchewanians are asked to keep an eye out for a cute little songbird that's both threatened -- and threatening.
Buy low, shell high. A British woman's carton of eggs yields so many impractical yolks that it seems like a practical joke.
And...make like a banana and split. The town of Ludlow, England demonstrates lactose intolerance toward an unsightly ice cream truck.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that weighs the pros and cones.