Friday, September 16, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Atmospheric pressure. Deep cuts to Environment Canada may mean there's no one left to monitor holes in our ozone layer.
Apocalypse imminent. The famine in Somalia is about to get much worse -- and one expert says we're too late to do anything about it.
A town grieves. After a night spent hoping for good news, a Welsh community learns that four miners have died in a flooded tunnel.
Mixed messages. One Palestinian official say he'll approach the U.N. Security Council seeking full membership -- and another says it's not decided yet.
The long and the short of it. A Dutch scientist discovers why the trip back from somewhere seems less nail-bitingly lengthy than the trip there.
And...a capital offence. Citizens of Ottawa are pret-à-snorter after a travel website disses their fashion sense -- and describes Ottawa as the "least sexy city in Canada".
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that expands on garb for thee.