Tuesday, September 13, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
A siege in Kabul. Insurgents stage a lengthy attack on the U.S. Embassy -- casting doubt on the Afghan government's ability to handle its own security.
Starting over. The leader of the National Transitional Council outlines his vision for a post-Gadhafi Libya.
Rebuffed and bereft. A Regina man asks passersby for help to save his friend's life -- but by the time one woman responds, it's too late.
Rendered -- but not rendered speechless. A Kenyan man is sent to Uganda, where he spends nearly a year in prison -- and now that he's back home, he's speaking out.
Grain of truth. Talkback gives Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz a threshing for his views on a vote to keep the Canadian Wheat Board.
And...an unwilling liquidation of assets. Turns out a virus that turns gypsy moths into disgusting goo manipulates them into turning their peers into goo, too.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that's positively moth-watering.