Wednesday, September 21, 2011 | Categories: Episodes |
Hot-footing it out of there. More than two years after they were arrested while hiking in Iran, two American men have been freed.
Presiding over catastrophe. The Prime Minister of Somalia makes an appeal for help for his famine-stricken country.
Mourning is broken. In the middle of a funeral for protesters killed in Yemen, government forces open fire once again.
Serious Trust issues. Last week, the Africville Heritage Trust hired a white woman as its executive director -- and today, it announced her firing.
One more for the rodent. In Switzerland, you can't just have one guinea pig -- which is where one woman's rent-a-guinea-pig service comes in.
And...the fall of the house of the guy who wrote "The Fall of the House of Usher". The curator of Baltimore's Edgar Allan Poe Museum tells us why he may have to shut it down.
As It Happens, the Wednesday edition. Radio that supposes he's got the Poe lease on his back.[an error occurred while processing this directive]