As It Happens from CBC Radio

Take a trip around the world with CBC Radio's As It Happens. Hear from the people at the centre of the stories of the day. From the complex to the weird and wacky, As It Happens brings you the voices you want to hear. Listen to our podcast and on Fridays, we pull back the curtain on how we make the show with the podcast extra.

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      Eclipse in Kentucky, Loon Lake BC, Big Ben MP, Patrick O'Flaherty Obit, Utrecht Bike Garage and more


      Watch this space. In a small Kentucky town, thousands gathered to view the solar eclipse -- but some will be scanning the skies all night, because this is the anniversary of a day when aliens are said to have paid a visit.


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      As it Happened: The Archive Edition - The Four Weddings and a Funeral Episode


      Darren Black Bear of Oklahoma faced a lot of resistance when he decided to tie the knot back in 2013. Not from friends and family, but from his state. But Mr. Black Bear found a way to marry the love of his life, Jason Pickel, all the same — with a little


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      Bannon: Kuttner, Hisham Al-Omeisy, Loon Whisperer, Spain Update, Finland Attack, Principal Shot, Bubble Tea and more


      Loose Bannon. The firing of Steve Bannon means the departure of a man who served as President Trump's right hand man, and supplied the President's vision -- but our guest warns he'll still have the President's ear.


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      Barcelona Attack, Quebec Immigration Minister, Nail In Heart Guy, Google: James Damore, Grizzly Bear Hunt and more


      They were strolling. Shopping. Thinking about where to eat. Now, at least 12 people are dead and dozens injured, after an attacker drove a van into a busy tourist area in Barcelona. A resident describes the carnage on his street.


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      Charlottesville Memorial, Charlottesville: Lawmaker, Baltimore Statues, Fish Hook Doctor, Cloakroom Attendant, Rare Bird, Submarine Death, Robot Funerals and more


      Hundreds gather in Charlottesville for the memorial service for Heather Heyer, who was killed during Saturday's protests -- and while the President tweeted his condolences, the city's former mayor says it's too little, too late.


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      Brian Lilley, Trump Presser, SJ Harris Obit, Volcano Discovery, Charlottesville: Teacher, Grizzly Hunt Ban, De-Smurfed Town and more


      When The Rebel's revolting, revolt against The Rebel. Brian Lilley tells us he's leaving the right-wing media outlet over its coverage of the racist rally in Charlottesville, saying it's become "toxic" to his journalism.


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      Charlottesville: Vice Mayor, Charlottesville: Father, NAFTA Freeland, Banana Scorpion, Charlottesville: Schweitzer, Daisy Sweeney Obit, Sierra Leone Mudslide and more


      From bad to worst. When racists showed up in numbers for a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the city knew there would be trouble -- but the killing of a counterprotester turned a terrible day into a tragedy.


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      As it Happened: The Archive Edition - The Great Outdoors Episode


      Our fearless host, Carol Off, is used to pushing for truth and certainty on air -- but she once showed she's equally prepared to push trapped cetaceans off a beach.


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      North Korea: William Perry, Right Whales, Le Studio Fire, Syrian Doctor, Hogweed Warning and more


      "Locked and loaded". U.S. President Donald Trump's shots at North Korea have not been what you'd call "diplomatic" -- and former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Perry worries less diplomatic language means fewer diplomatic solutions.


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      Trans Mountain: Weaver, Abe Snidanko Obit, Chronicle Herald Vote, Migrant Deaths, Kyle Miller, Haruo Nakajima Obit and more


      Making a provincial case out of it. BC Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver backs his NDP power partners' plan to join the legal fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.


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