Wednesday, July 13, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Their camp runneth over. In Kenya, aid workers urge authorities to send Somali refugees to a brand-new, unused camp, rather than the one that's strained past capacity.
What a long, estranged trip it's been. A Nova Scotia man celebrates his hundredth birthday -- and a reunion with a son he hasn't seen in thirty years.
Sins of the father. A Saskatchewan man is sentenced for killing his daughter's drug-dealing boyfriend -- a crime he freely admitted to.
Stewing in scandal. Rupert Murdoch's long hot summer continues -- so to cool things off, he's dropped his bid to buy a British TV company.
And...stewing in sandals. Apparently, mosquitoes are attracted to the smell of sweaty feet -- a fetish one African scientist plans to use against them.
Growth indecency. A veg issue becomes a wedge issue in a suburb of Detroit -- where a woman is facing jail time for her front-yard vegetable garden.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that puts the carrot before the house.