Thursday: Senate - RCMP/Tkachuk, Aboriginal film festival, female bishops vote, dullest calendar, and more...



He knew nothing. I'll speak with Conservative Senator David Tkachuk who says he wasn't in on a scheme to have Nigel Wright cut a deal with Mike Duffy.

This story's got legs. When doctors told a 14-year-old leukemia patient she'd never walk again, Sarah Simpson-Yellowquill made a film about how she proved them wrong.

Altared status. After many years of debate, the Church of England paves the way for women to become bishops.

He had a hold on a generation of Quebecers' imaginations. We remember professional wrestler Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon.

No arresting development -- and that's the problem. Clayton Ruby says Toronto police botched their investigation into Rob Ford by failing to take him into custody.

And, to paraphrase McLuhan, the medium's the tedium. A British man makes a virtue out of selling calendars that depict very dull scenes.

As It Happens, the Thursday edition. Radio that's often penetrating, but never boring.

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