Monday, October 21, 2013 | Categories: Episodes
When the going gets Duff, The Duff gets going. The lawyer for Senator Mike Duffy goes on the attack -- claiming his client did nothing wrong, but was thrown under the bus by the Conservatives.
Unable to make heads or tails of it. Days after a dead oarfish is discovered off-shore in Southern California, a second one washes up. Coincidence, you ask? Not according to one expert.
Snap decision. When a Vancouver resident discovers a photo memory card in Stanley Park, he resolves to locate its rightful owners and return it to them -- wherever in the world they may be.
Troubled entendres. France reacts to revelations that the US National Security Agency intercepted tens of millions of phone calls and text messages made by French citizens.
Up in flames Down Under. New South Wales struggles to contain a series of wildfires that has already destroyed hundreds of homes -- and threatens to intensify in Australia's most populous state.
And....sticking to their standards. Our Friday story about a driver training school that plans to phase out stick-shift instruction in Toronto sends Talkback into high gear.
As It Happens, the Monday edition. Radio that always comes through in a clutch.