Wednesday, August 10, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A nation of shopkeepers. The streets of London are quieter tonight but small business owners have only begun to pick up the pieces.
The question on everyone's mind. Now that things are beginning to calm down, England grapples with why the riots have continued for so long.
Pushing back at Bashar. The diplomatic pressure on Syria is mounting as the government of Bashar al-Assad continues to kill civilian protesters.
The lost tribe. Brazilian government officials worry that a remote community of Amazonian natives may have been slaughtered by Peruvian drug runners.
We're not sure what colour they're tickled. But Chilliwack's business association is seeing red after a shop owner paints her clothing store bright pink.
And....Let's get fiscal. After winning a quarter of a million dollars and the title of the "world's fittest woman", "Iceland Annie"'s celebration is put on ice by her country's tax authorities.
As It Happens, the Wednesday Edition...Radio that brings you all the news that's fit to sprint.