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.


SYRIA - HRW. A journey fraught with peril. Thousands of people fleeing the violence in Syria are confronted with the threat of newly planted minefields.

LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY BONE. When Annie Leroux bought her heritage house, she stumbled into a mystery.


UK RIGHT TO DIE. The right to die. The wife of a paralyzed UK man tells us why they're asking a court to let someone take his life.

FERAL PIGS IN NEW YORK. Hog wild. Feral pigs are on the loose in upstate New York. Yes, big, furry porkers who eat just about anything they can get their tusks on -- and they're only fifty kilometres from the border.


WINNIPEG TICKETING CAMPAIGNS. Traffic violations. A Winnipeg Free Press columnist says many people are to blame for the current ticketing mess in his city -- police, politicians and, yes, drivers included.

SYRIA - RESIDENT REACTION. Faint hope for diplomacy. Amid international efforts to find a peaceful solution to the violence in Syria, the opposition once again calls for foreign military intervention.

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