Friday, September 9, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A measured response. I'll speak with retired American general Merrill McPeak -- who warned against rash military retaliation after September eleventh.
The repercussion section. A feature interview with Michelle Shephard, whose new book on the global effects of nine-eleven took her to hotspots around the world.
Call of duty. Rather than fire on unarmed fellow citizens, some Syrian soldiers have opted to defect -- at great personal risk.
Haste makes waste. On Wednesday, B.C. police stopped thirteen young drivers speeding in luxury cars -- and now they may lose those cars altogether.
Ape is enough. Convinced of the existence of a mysterious ape creature that's never been documented, a British zoologist heads for Sumatra.
And...splendour in the grass. Exposing an age-old tradition for harvesting marijuana resin in Kyrgyzstan -- by riding through a forest of the plants, on horseback, naked.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that knows sometimes your high horse isn't high when you first get on it.