Friday, July 15, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Tea and lack of sympathy. President Obama seeks a deal with Republicans on raising the debt ceiling -- but Tea Party activists refuse to compromise.
Notes on camp, Part One: the Kenyan government finally opens a brand-new camp that was standing empty, to take in Somali refugees.
Notes on camp, Part Two: an American archaeologist digs into the history of a Second World War P.O.W. camp in Manitoba -- where German inmates had a surprisingly good time.
Possession, repossession, and anti-repossession. In Spain, protesters team up and push back against an avalanche of eviction notices.
Paul is dead. But the late soccer-match-predicting octopus has a successor, in the form of a young African elephant named Nelly.
And...what has four wheels and flies? A Dutch scientist sets out to determine the toll our vehicles take on insects -- and finds that, in the bug world, the Grim Reaper has headlights.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that's served up cold off the grill.[an error occurred while processing this directive]