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.
KYOTO: LORD JOHN PRESCOTT. Sayonara, Kyoto. Canada's decision to pull out of the Kyoto Accord is getting a cool reception from Britain's Lord Prescott, one of the chief architects of the climate agreement.
BELGIUM GRENADE ATTACKS. Brutality in Belgium. A man throws grenades and shoots bullets at a busy public square in Belgium killing at least three people and injuring 120, before killing himself.
TURIN ROMA CAMP BURNED. Mob violence. A false rape claim leads to the attack and destruction of a Roma camp in Turin, Italy.
ANTI-BULLYING SCHOOLS. Love the sinners. Hate the name of their club. The head of Ontario's Catholic School explains why students can form gay-positive clubs but can't use the word "gay" in the group's name.
SEAL AND SHEEP RESCUE. Ok, she wasn't raised by sheep. But Snowy the seal pup was rescued from a field of sheep in the Orkney Islands.
READING: AH PAN FOR CHRISTMAS. To beat of his own heart... and drum. We hear a story from Caribbean author Paul Keens-Douglas about a man, a steel drum and being home for Christmas.