Monday, October 3, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Celebrating his life's work and his life. A Canadian scientist who died last week has been co-awarded this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine.
Release and relief. Amanda Knox, the American student convicted of killing her roommate in Italy, has been set free.
They're in for a little turbulence. Air Canada says hotels in downtown Winnipeg are unsafe for its staff, but some question the reasons, after the airline cites "rural displaced people" as part of their concern.
Ode to a Grecian ruin. The Greek government says it will miss its deficit targets this year and next, sending European markets into a tailspin.
The frequency they hear frequently. Another case of a community plagued by a mysterious low-level hum -- this time: in Ranchlands, Alberta.
And...It's tempting to say he was drafting off Beethoven's musical genius. But in fact, he was re-drafting it. A British musicologist has pieced together one of Ludwig van Beethoven's lost quartets.
As It Happens, the Monday Edition...Radio that's always well-composed.