The Tuesday Edition

Just a few of the highlights from the latest show. For a more detailed rundown, click on "Read More" at the bottom of this entry. Or consult the box marked "Latest Audio" at the right-hand side of the webpage.


OCCUPY ADBUSTERS. The Occupy movement promises to not go away. But where is it going? Carol speaks with the man who first dreamt up the idea.

LONG JOHN INDEX. Think of it as the UV index but more.... Canadian. The Long John Index may be just the thing to get you through a long, cold winter.


CRACK SENTENCING.: A sentencing policy criticized as racist ends. Today, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prison begins releasing people serving time for crack cocaine use.

CBC 75TH ANNIVERSARY - AS IT HAPPENS ARCHIVES. Mother Corp.? More like Grandma Corp. The CBC turns 75 and we mark the birthday with some of the best of As It Happens.

VETS' SLEDGE HOCKEY. Canada's troops playing Canada's game. Injured troops at C-F-B Edmonton hit the ice with their newly donated hockey sledges.


GREEK REFERENDUM. The crash of civil relations. Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's announcement to hold a referendum on the EU bailout deal angers... well just about everyone.

ROCKEY MOUNTAIN HOUSE: DIGGING. So much for resting in peace. An energy company wants to expand natural-gas operations at the Rocky Mountain House Historic Site, which could disturb unmarked graves.

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