Friday, July 8, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Peace for some, conflict for others. The Nuba people helped fight for South Sudanese independence but now find themselves on the wrong side of the new country's border.
Creating a win-Winnebago situation. In Oregon, business owners offer their parking lots to the mobile-homeless in exchange for security duty.
He might be the only one who's not speechless. A man in Sweden receives the world's the first synthetic organ transplant -- specifically, a new windpipe.
Simian says. A new study suggests chimpanzees may have a better grasp of language than we thought.
Hamming it up. Way, way up. Astronaut Chris Hadfield recalls a conversation he had with a Newfoundland ham radio operator while aboard the space shuttle Atlantis.
And...Their feet don't stink, but they do smell. Male black widow spiders use their feet to sniff out the webs of potential mates, in order to avoid becoming lunch.
As It Happens, the Friday Edition...Radio that knows that when it comes to love, sometimes the best move is a check mate.