As It Happens Monday Edition
David Bowie: Carlos Alomar
There has never been a pop star like David Bowie, and tonight, guitarist Carlos Alomar -- a collaborator since the days of "Young Americans" -- tells us how he worked.
El Chapo: Sean Penn
Journalist Angus Macqueen spent a long time making a documentary about "El Chapo" Guzman -- so he's as bemused as the rest of us to hear about Sean Penn's secret interview with the Mexican drug lord.
Halifax hard drive
Military officials are quite interested when a Halifax IT guy shows them what he found at a recycling depot: a hard drive chock-full of sensitive military information.
After more than 500 complaints to police, a member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party defends her government's response to the attacks on women in Cologne.
David Bowie: Mike Garson
We'll speak with Mike Garson, who played piano with Bowie on and off for forty years -- and the farther off he went, the more right-on the singer thought it was.
For fifteen years, a Texas man defied the government in his fortified compound -- but he missed it when the government quietly gave up.
Park safety officer
In 2001, former health and safety officer Robert Grundie told Parks Canada to arm its wardens -- and then faced years of reprisals from that agency, and the federal government itself.