From spark to inferno. Tension has been building for months -- and this week, South Sudan exploded into ethnic violence, sending more than thirty thousand people running for their lives.
The newest development for the oldest profession. Saying "It is not a crime in Canada to sell sex for money", the Supreme Court strikes down the country's anti-prostitution laws.
Dancing the Troubles away. At the height of sectarian violence in Northern Ireland, one Belfast record label brought fans of punk rock together -- and a new biopic tells the story.
Every MacLeod has a silver lining. In tonight's holiday reading of the story "To Every Thing There Is A Season", Alistair MacLeod tells the tale of a Christmas on Cape Breton.
O kite-eating tree, o kite-eating tree. If you're one of the millions whose holidays aren't complete without hearing Linus say, "That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown", tonight's episode of "As It Happened -- The Archive Edition" is for you.
And...welcoming us into the folds. Swiss artist Sipho Mabona risks everything, including a life-threatening paper cut, with his upcoming art project: a life-size -- which is to say, gigantic -- origami elephant.
As It Happens, the Friday edition. Radio that wishes him a merry creased mass.