As It Happens: Friday Edition
Wiretaps revealed that two men were plotting an attack on a passenger train bound for Toronto -- and those wiretaps helped convince a jury to find both men guilty on terrorism charges.
In India, students' neighbours, friends and family showed up in droves, and climbed walls to give those students answers to their exams.
Sook-Yin's processed cheese
Our ongoing coverage of processed cheese continues with a harrowing conversation with the CBC's Sook-Yin Lee -- about the slice that's been stuck to her window for 18 months.
After 20 years, Serbia will put people on trial for their involvement in the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica.
"Getting Naked" art exhibit
Despite that Canadians tend to rebuff the art of the buff, one Ontario gallery has uncovered dozens of long-unseen pieces for an exhibition devoted to the nude.
Matthew Wuest obit
Halifax sportswriter Matthew Wuest didn't just help readers keep score -- he also created a tool that became invaluable to NHL owners and execs.
Coordinated suicide bombings at mosques in Yemen killed more than a hundred people today. We'll go to Sanaa for more.
When research meterologist Nick Bond tells you there's a "warm blob" moving down the Pacific Coast, you'll either laugh or shudder. The second response is the right one.
As it Happens was produced this week by:
Sarah Rohoman and
Our technicians this week are Reynold Gonsalves and Jennifer Rowley. The show director is Kevin Ball. Chris Howden is the show writer.
John Perry is the Senior Producer.. and the Executive Producer of As It Happens is Robin Smythe.
We'd also like to thank some other people who helped out this week:
In Charlottetown: Pat Martel
In Montreal: Susan McKenzie
In Ottawa: Tom Jokinen
In Toronto: Albert Leung, Althea Manasan and Davorin Cikovic
In Calgary: Michael O'Halloran
As It Happens will be back again on Monday. Have a good weekend.