Tuesday, July 5, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
"Barbaric and unacceptable." That's the charge from the Obama administration against Pakistan after evidence surfaces that Pakistani officials ordered the death of journalist Saleem Shahzad.
A look at what's coming down the pipe. The oil leak in the Yellowstone River is just one of several recent spills, raising the question: just how reliable are North America's pipelines?
Change is in the air. A new study shows a surge in Chinese coal-power first helped cool the atmosphere but may soon heat it up.
A disappointing report card. When it comes to investigating teacher conduct, the B.C. College of Teachers gets a failing grade.
Well-composed and highly-regarded. We remember Canadian musician and composer, Malcolm Forsyth.
And.... Making Youppi. Well, actually, we hope no one one is making Youppi -- because Youppi is a rare, orange lobster and he's currently the talk of the town in Trois Rivieres.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that sincerely hopes fame won't force him out of his shell.