As it Happenswith Carol Off and Jeff Douglas
Exhibit invites Israelis to visit a Palestinian home — through virtual reality
Artist Daniel Landau documented the lives of an Israeli family and a Palestinian family and reproduced their living rooms for an immersive VR experience.
Canadian newspapers have a lot to learn from the Saskatchewan Roughriders: report
Public Policy Forum says the journalism industry should adopt philanthropic funding model similar to that of the Regina football team.
UFOs and the battle for the beaver: Proof the '70s was the strangest decade
From reports of alien abductions to the battle for the beaver, here are some of the strangest interviews from an usual show in a very odd decade.
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
How BBC Africa uncovered the story behind an execution video of women and children
When the grisly video first emerged of two women and two children being executed at point-blank range by what appeared to be Cameroonian soldiers, the Cameroon government called it "fake news."
British suffragette was the 1st to go to jail. Now, a letter to her sister has been found in B.C.
A previously-unknown letter from Annie Kenney — the first suffragette to be jailed in the U.K. during the campaign for the women's right to vote — has been discovered in an archive in Canada.
Maxime Bernier explains what he means by 'extreme multiculturalism'
The Quebec MP sat down in studio this week with As It Happens host Carol Off to discuss his plans to create the People's Party of Canada.
As It Happens: Monday Edition
Monday, Sept. 24, 2018
Why Stephen Harper's former policy director is defending Trudeau's carbon tax
While the Conservatives argue the Liberal government's proposed carbon tax would take money out of the pockets of everyday Canadians, a new report suggests the opposite is true.
How Golf Digest helped free a man wrongfully convicted of murder
When Gold Digest editor Max Adler received a tiny drawing of a golf course in the mail, his interest was piqued. But it was the accompanying letter that sent him on a six-year journey to help free Valentino Dixon from prison.
As It Happens: Friday Edition
Friday, Sept. 21, 2018
Why this comedian is purging 1,000 unread books from his shelves
Robin Ince, comedian and co-host of the Book Shambles podcast, is culling 1,000 books from his personal library, while encouraging his listeners to submit their top "must read" books that they've never actually got around to reading.
Italian lawmaker being sued for calling far-right party racist says she won't back down
An Italian lawmaker who has been compared to a monkey by her political peers and had bananas thrown at her during a rally is being sued for calling the country's popular far-right party racist.
As It Happens: Thursday Edition
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018
The NY Times wrote his first obit in 1980 — but prankster Alan Abel died last week at 94
Celebrated hoaxster Alan Abel was known for fooling everyone from The New York Times to the U.S. State Department with his elaborate pranks. And, on one occasion, he successfully targeted As it Happens.
How this cyclist hit 296 km/h to shatter a land speed world record
An American woman has become the fastest human to ride a bicycle over open ground, breaking a two-decade paced bicycle land speed record at nearly 300 km/h.
It's time to lose the 'negative attitude' about wasps, says researcher
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that people like bees and dislike wasps," reads the introduction to a new paper published in the journal Ecological Entomology.
As It Happens: The Wednesday Edition
Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018
Kavanaugh allegations conjure memories of Anita Hill saga for former congresswoman
With Christine Blasey Ford invited to testify at Brett Kavanaugh's Senate confirmation hearings, former congresswoman Pat Schroeder says it's déjà vu, all over again.
Hearts, brains and bones: Visitors to new museum will 'come a little closer to death'
The Maude Abbott Medical Museum is set to open on the Montreal campus Sept. 24.
This couple met 43 years ago through a matchmaking segment on As It Happens
When farmer Bob Craigue told As It Happens listeners he was looking for "a proper woman who would enjoy a country life," Karen from Toronto responded.
From talking pigs to spacelords: The 10 weirdest As It Happens stories of all time
Whether it’s a man who plays classical music on his teeth or a chicken that comes back from the dead, As It Happens is there.
As It Happens: Tuesday Edition
Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018
How to solve a 'Gordian Knot' of rodent tails — and rescue five clumsy squirrels
The Wisconsin Humane Society untied the tails of five young squirrels that somehow managed to become entangled in what's been described as a rodent "Gordian Knot."
Famed Dutch resistance member who killed Nazis as a teenager dies at age 92
Freddie Oversteegen, the last surviving member of the armed female Dutch resistance against the Nazis, died in early September 2018 at the age of 92.