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.
PENN STATE RIOTS. Penn State of disarray. There's a group of students at Penn State so passionate about their football team that they camp out days before the games to get the best seats. Carol talks to the organizer of "Paternoville," the name the students give to their football tent village, about the firing of legendary coach Joe Paterno.
FOR THE RECORD: MURDOCH MAFIA. Quick vocab quiz. What's the meaning of "omerta"? Find out the answer -- and whether James Murdoch, the head of the company now famous for phone-hacking, knows.
FOR THE RECORD: DAVID TESTO COMES OUT. A most valuable proclamation. Montreal soccer MVP David Testo goes public about being gay in the world of professional sports.
ZIMBABWE DIAMOND MINE. A rare commodity. Farai Muguwu has risked his life to tell the world about the human rights abuses in Zimbabwe's Marange diamond fields.
MEXICAN COUPLE DEPORTED. Go home and seek police protection. That's what a Mexican couple claiming refugee status was told, after the couple say they were tortured for reporting a crime to the Mexican police.
OCCUPY VANCOUVER INJUNCTION. The campfires may be out, but the tents remain. Occupy Vancouver gets one more week to fight a city injunction.