Thursday, November 17, 2011 | Categories: Episodes
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.
FREE SYRIAN ARMY COMMANDER. We speak with a commanding officer of the Syrian Free Army.
PAT MARTIN: The NDP MP took many Canadians by surprise when he shared a couple of angry words beginning with "F" on Twitter. We spoke with him about the comments that have caused a bit of controversy.
SHATNER TURKEY WARNING. William Shatner talks turkey about the American custom of deep-frying thanksgiving gobblers.
JAPANESE HONOURARY DEGREE. A Degree of Resolution. UBC announces it will grant honourary degrees to Japanese Canadians who were not allowed to finish their educations during the second world war.
SOCCER TRACK SUIT. Something borrowed, something blue....an Irish football fan sneaks his way into a crucial match against Estonia by pilfering a track suit from the opposing side.
IRENE FLOOD CEMETERY. Disturbing the dead, and troubling the living. More than two months after the flood, a cemetery hit by Tropical Storm Irene is still recovering.
CROSS DRESSING HARRIERS. Some like it hawk. Some Male Western Marsh Harriers become birds of a different feather, by swapping their manly plummage for more feminine cover.