As It Happens

As It Happens: Wednesday Edition

June 19, 2019

Full Episode Transcript

Part One

Thunder Bay: Tanya Talaga
The city of Thunder Bay will review the deaths of 9 Indigenous people — after Ontario's police watchdog found the racist attitudes of police contributed to inadequate investigations. 

Khashoggi Report
A new report by a UN investigator finds "credible evidence" that the Saudi Crown Prince is liable in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Norway Island
A man on a Norwegian island explains why he's pushing to have his home named the "world's first time-free zone" — and why there's no time like the present for there to be no time in  the present. 

Part Two

MH17 Charges
Prosecutors announce murder charges against four men they say were responsible for shooting down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 — but the suspects will likely never show up in court. 

Miss Rodeo
In 1959, Phyllis Dahl won the title "Miss Rodeo Canada" — and 60 years later she'll be back in the saddle at the local rodeo where her long, thrilling ride began. 

Part Three

Feature: Brian Jungen 
Indigenous artist Brian Jungen has made a career of conjuring magic from everyday items — and tonight, he'll sit down with Carol to discuss the purpose of his repurposing.