As it Happens with Carol Off
May 13, 2022 Episode Transcript
Why Sweden is moving away from its 'non-aligned' status and towards NATO
Sweden’s rapid move towards NATO membership shows just how much the country’s ideology has changed, says analyst Bjorn Fagersten.
From funky fungi to melodious mangos, this artist makes music out of nature
At the intersection of biology and electronic music, you can find Tarun Nayar plugging his synthesizer equipment into mushrooms and other forms of plant life, hoping to capture their invisible bioelectric rhythms and build them into tranquil soundscapes.
This 71-year-old writer's coming-of-age novel is a debut like no other
Okanagan First Nation writer Brian Thomas Isaac's debut is a window into a unique Indigenous boy's childhood.
This mother doesn't know how she'll feed her baby as formula shortage rages on
Darice Browning is down to four cans of the specialty baby formula she needs for her 10-month-old daughter.
This Texas woman with dementia went missing. Her dog helped save her
When Sherry Noppe went missing, her son Justin Noppe and his siblings were worried. Their mother had recently been diagnosed with dementia. But now she's home safe — thanks in no small part to the family dog.
She's 19 and just finished law school. Now she wants to fix the U.S. education system
Haley Taylor Schlitz will be the youngest person to graduate from Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law, and according to research done by her family, she is also the youngest Black student to graduate from any law school in the United States.
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Thursday, May 12, 2022
May 12th, 2022 Episode Transcript
What the Rogers-Shaw merger battle says about the state of competition in Canada
The battle over the proposed Rogers-Shaw merger reminds digital policy expert Vass Bednar of an old joke: “Canada is just three telecoms in a trench coat.”
Ukrainian journalism Pulitzer is bittersweet, says slain reporter's colleague
Maryana Drach is glad the Pulizer Board awarded a special citation on to Ukrainian journalists covering the war in their home country, but she wishes her colleague Vira Hyrych was still alive to see it.
Denver settles case with elderly pickleball player who was arrested for marking gym floor
When 71-year-old pickleball player Arslan Guney used a permanent marker to paint over faded marks on a public court, he never thought it could get him into legal trouble.
From Our Archives
This N.B. teacher spent decades collecting a million bread tags in her student's memory
More than two decades ago, eight-year-old R.J. Vail asked his teacher: "What does a million look like?" She's finally ready to show him the answer, but he's not around to see it.
As It Happens: The Wednesday Edition
May 11, 2022
May 11, 2022 Episode Transcript
3D scans reveal elaborate art carved into an Alabama cave more than 1,000 years ago
Ancient art once lost to time is visible again thanks to modern technology and researchers who weren’t afraid to spend long hours in muddy, narrow, pitch-black caves.
'Justice will prevail,' says lawyer for jailed Philippine senator as prosecution witnesses recant
The “greatest frame-up” in Philippine history is beginning to unravel, says the lawyer for an imprisoned senator.
As It Happens: The Tuesday Edition
May 10, 2022
May 10, 2022 Transcript
U.S. Supreme Court leak — and its 'radical' contents — are bad for democracy: law prof
Both the leak of a draft U.S. Supreme Court ruling on abortion rights, and the "radical" contents of the ruling itself, serve to "erode the rule of law" and "hurt America's constitutional democracy," says a law professor and former top court clerk.
As It Happens: The Monday Edition
May 9, 2022
May 09, 2022 Episode Transcript
Why this B.C. man spent $600 to order pizza all the way from Windsor, Ont.
When John Palmer had a craving for a hometown slice, he went out of his way to satisfy it.
As It Happens: The Friday Edition
May 6, 2022
May 06, 2022 Episode Transcript