The Thursday Edition

* Greece Suicide * Sarajevo Film Director * Feather Dinosaur * Sarajevo: City of Light

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.


GREECE SUICIDE. An ominous farewell. A retired pharmacist's suicide causes anger on the streets of Athens.

TB/EMAIL: CBC CUTS. Deep Cuts. As It Happens listeners share their thoughts about the cuts to the CBC's budget.


SARAJEVO FILM DIRECTOR. In the third installment of Sarajevo Remember we focus on arts and culture. Carol speaks with Aida Begic, the award winning director of the film 'Snow', about the women of Sarajevo.

FEATHERED DINOSAUR. The beautiful feathered tyrant turns up in China. It's Yutyrannus, a cousin of the T-Rex -- the largest feathered creature known to have ever roamed the earth.


SARAJEVO - CITY OF LIGHT. The artists that survived the war still carry the spirit of determination with them today. Although, now, in peacetime, arts and culture face new -- and perhaps even more difficult -- challenges in Sarajevo.

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