Thursday, September 22, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
This land is our land. The New Forests Company is proud to be the biggest tree planter in Uganda -- but a new report alleges it has forcibly evicted thousands of people in the process.
Tug of war. In Yemen, there's a high-stakes power struggle going on -- and protestors are getting caught in the middle.
Would-be state of confusion. The Palestinian Authority's application to become a member state at the U.N. creates diplomatic chaos.
The past is a foreign country. But even though journalist Aaron Berhane fled Eritrea for his life a decade ago, he's still committed to telling its stories.
Blonde on blonde. Julian Assange has written an autobiography -- and in a strangely appropriate development, it's been released without his consent.
And...reverting to pipe. One man's campaign to rescue unwanted pipe organs -- and find new homes for them.
As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that figures it's time for a little re-organization.