Wednesday, September 14, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Profiles in profiling. A Texas man faces execution -- but critics say his race played an unacceptable role in his being sentenced to death.
Looking to expand an anti-ordnance ordinance. In Beirut, officials from around the world gather to seek the elimination of cluster bombs.
An uplifting story. In the aftermath of an accident in Utah, strangers gather to heave a burning car off a motorcyclist.
Underground phenomenon. Canada's Geological Survey does some digging, and finds that we have enough geothermal energy to power the country.
Point: blank. Artist Richard Hamilton wasn't a household name -- but if you have a copy of The Beatles' "White Album", his work is in your household.
And...they're hitting the sauce pretty hard. British lovers of HP Sauce are used to pouring the condiment all over everything they eat -- but today, they're spewing criticism of its new recipe.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that takes these stories -- for Richard, and for pourers.