Thursday, July 7, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Paper cut. The News of the World will perminently stop its presses in the wake of its phone-hacking scandal.
Caught in the press. Andy Coulson, a former editor at the paper and the British Prime Minister's communications head is called in by the police.
Brothers in Arms. As Canada pulls out of its combat mission in Afghanistan, one soldier is urging the Canadian government to fast-track visas for Afghan translators left behind.
A transparent teacher interview. The head of the B.C. College of Teachers responds to an investigation which found the college failed to address concerns about teacher misconduct.
She's well-versed in creating a literary buzz. An American poet invites you to give her a call so she can read you a poem from her new book.
And...there was a thread of truth in the tale he spun. One of E.B. White's biographers discovers there was a real "Charlotte" behind "Charlotte's Web"
As It Happens, the Thursday Edition. Radio that's "Terrific" and "Radiant" but not exactly "Humble."