Tuesday, October 25, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
Bad medicine. A doctor flees Syria, after his efforts to stop his colleagues from torturing patients make him a marked man.
The revolution will not be sanitized. The bodies of fifty-three Gadhafi supporters are found at a Misrata hotel -- apparently executed.
Out in the cold. Survivors of the Turkish earthquake left homeless face another frigid night outdoors -- and aid groups are struggling to help.
Drawing a line at the sands. When the EU proposes labelling oil sands oil "dirty", Canada's Minister of Natural Resources gets tough.
Bust or bust. A crack team assembles to restore a sculpture of Houdini at his gravesite -- and their motto is "Full speed! A head!"
And...it is squash, and it does. A Quebec farmer and his daughter escort a huge star through New York City: the world's biggest pumpkin.
As It Happens, the Tuesday edition. Radio that believes you can't have too much of a gourd thing.