Wednesday, October 5, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Re-trial and tribulations. Doctors found guilty by a military court of aiding the uprising in Bahrain are being re-tried in a civilian court. Or so it seems.
Disaster in the north. A fatal plane crash leaves people in the Lutsel K'e community in shock -- it's the second in the North West Territories in two weeks.
A word from the pros. Both sides of the Keystone XL pipeline debate ramp up their campaigns before Friday's final hearing in Washington. We'll hear from the yay-sayers.
A royal mouthful: An eighty-five-year old member of the Spanish Royalty, Her Most Excellent The Duchess of Mantaro, Maria del Rosario Cayetana Alfonsa Victoria Eugenia Francisca Fitz-James Stuart y de Silva ties the knot.
Shell shock, part one: A British mover discovers an unexploded World-War Two bomb among the items he was packing up.
And...Shell shock, part two. There's a fued brewing in England about how long it takes to boil the perfect egg -- three minutes or six.
As It Happens, the Wednesday Edition...Radio that prefers just about everything hard-boiled.