Monday, July 25, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Time out. NDP leader Jack Layton announces he's taking a temporary leave from political life after being diagnosed a second time with cancer.
Suffer the little children. Aid agencies struggle to get food into Somalia as children die before they're able to reach refugee camps.
Online insight. We speak with a Norwegian academic who argued on a website with Anders Behring Breivik before last week's bombing and gun attacks.
The Lost Airmen of Muskoka. After seventy-one years, a missing World War Two plane -- and its pilots -- have been found at the bottom of Ontario's Lake Muskoka.
Sensational sensationalism. Vincent Musetto, the New York Post's star headline writer, retires after forty years of broadsheet bluster.
Re-laps. Thirty-three years ago, Diana Nyad tried -- and failed -- to swim from Cuba to Key West Florida. Now, at sixty-one, she's set to take the plunge again.
As It Happens, the Monday Edition...Radio that goes to great lengths time and time again.
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