Tuesday, August 30, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Forgotten, but not gone. Eighteen months after the earthquake, Haitian women are subject to sexual violence, and abominable health care.
Infernal medicine. Disturbing new details about medical research conducted by American doctors in Guatemala in the nineteen-forties -- without the consent of a single subject.
Water over the bridge. A Vermont artist tells us about the flooding that's submerged his state -- and done untold damage.
The mill of human kindness. A B.C. town's desperate effort to bail out the local sawmill succeeds, thanks to some last-minute contributions.
The Delta Blues is dealt a blow. David "Honeyboy" Edwards -- whose eighty-year career included a stint playing alongside Robert Johnson -- dies at ninety-six.
And...too clever by hoof. German authorities are stymied by a fugitive with a simple brain and a complicated stomach -- and now, they've officially called off the search for Yvonne the cow.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that knows the Holstein is greater than the sum of her parts.