Friday, September 2, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
One crisis -- a hundred ways to help solve it. Ontario's Pikangikum Reserve has one of the highest rates of suicide on Earth -- and the province's Deputy Chief Coroner has dozens of recommendations for what to do about it.
Ready, aim, files. First Wikileaks targets The Guardian for irresponsible leaking -- and then goes ahead and leaks everything.
The violent treatment begets the silent treatment. When a leaked U.N. report accuses Israel of excessive force in blocking a flotilla from Turkey, Turkey takes diplomatic action.
Red rover, red rover, send Tommy right over. To solve a dispute between tribes in the island nation of Vanuatu, the tribes agree to trade children.
When they christened it, the champagne bottle fared better than the hull. North Korea launches its first cruise ship -- and the Queen Mary it ain't.
And...some Christians expect the Rapture -- but this one now expects the raptor. A Scottish minister gets some unwanted attention from above -- in the form of an attacking sea eagle.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that knows different species have different understandings of the phrase "let us prey".[an error occurred while processing this directive]