As it Happens with Carol Off
'Oh right. I'm on a plane': Toronto doctor delivers baby on flight
After a fellow passenger went into labour on board a flight last month, Toronto's Dr. Aisha Khatib sprang into action.
He spent 7 months living in an airport, until Canada took him in. Now he's written a book about it
In his new memoir, Hassan Al Kontar describes the incredible nine-month journey from the moment he was barred from boarding a flight out of Malaysia to the day he finally arrived as a refugee in British Columbia.
Sexy, fun, and 'a little wild': Ronnie Spector remembered by a fellow 60s icon
“I think Ronnie would be 100 years old, still doing ‘Be My Baby’ on stage if she could,” said La La Brooks, former lead singer of the Crystals. “That’s how much she loved the fans."
File under nightmare: This man had a cockroach living in his ear for days
Zane Wedding is now in possession of knowledge that no person wants to have. He knows, down to the tiniest detail, what it’s like to have a cockroach live — and die — in your ear canal.
20 years after he built it, this general wants Guantanamo closed. But he's 'not confident' it ever will be
Retired Major General Michael Lehnert has called repeatedly for the military prison to be closed. Two decades after the first detainees arrived, he still wonders how his country will get there.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Friday, January 14, 2022.
Scientists spot the world's deepest squid roaming more than 6 km below surface
While searching for a shipwreck in the Phillippine Sea, explorers captured footage of a young squid roaming deeper in the ocean than ever before seen.
What's up with all the winning streaks on Jeopardy!? This super fan points to the pandemic
Andy Saunders, creator of the website thejeopardyfan.com, says that thanks to aggressive preparation and extra time, "contestants are absolutely getting better."
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Thursday, January 13, 2022.
Boat-riding cowboy wrangles horses to safety through B.C. floodwaters
Henry Chillihitzia has wrangled his fair share of farm animals — but he usually does it on horseback. That changed Monday when the former bull rider used a motorboat to herd 29 horses to safety through floodwaters in Merritt, B.C.
As It Happens: Wednesday Edition
Wednesday, January 12, 2022.
January 12, 2022 Episode Transcript
Archeologists struggle to repair vandals' damage to ancient petroglyphs in Texas
Four names scratched into a metre-wide Texas rock face damaged abstract petroglyphs or rock drawings — swirls and lines — etched into the desert rock up to 8,500 years ago, according to Big Bend National Park officials.
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Tuesday, January 11, 2022.
January 11, 2022 Episode Transcript
Ugandan teacher welcomes students back to class for first time in 2 years
Ugandan teacher Mudi Kangave is cautiously optimistic that his students will be able to get back into the swing of things after two years away.
Ontario woman accidentally steals car for 2 weeks, mistaking it for a rental
A woman in Cornwall, Ont., left an Enterprise rental shop with one car — and returned two weeks later with another.
Why conservationists want to turn derelict stables into a nursery for bats
Conservationists are trying to find a safe home for a rare species of bats that have started breeding in southwest England for the first time in more than 100 years.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
Monday, January 10, 2022
January 10, 2022 Episode Transcript
Meet the man who runs a moist towelette museum out of a planetarium
A Michigan man who runs a museum featuring more than 1,000 moist towelettes says the whole idea started as a bit of a joke, but he's gotten donation and interest from all over the world.
This U.K. man convicted under an anti-gay law 40 years ago may finally get a pardon
The U.K. government announced Tuesday that it will expand a program launched in 2012 that allowed thousands of gay and bisexual men to clear their convictions under now-abolished anti-gay laws.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Jan. 7, 2022
January 07, 2022 Episode Transcript
'I absolutely thought we were not going to survive,' Congresswoman says of Capitol riot
Norma Torres says people don’t understand how close the U.S. came one year ago to losing its democracy.