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Episode date 23 September 2012
Melting permafrost will warm world by additional 0.5 C, warn scientists
Frozen ground in the northern regions of the world is melting so fast that it will significantly speed up global warming, according to Canadian scientists. As permafrost melts it releases greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. And now scientists have put a number on the process. RCI’s Lynn Desjardins got details from Prof. Andrew Weaver of the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of Victoria.
Arts-Culture #13- Storytelling with Andy Jones of Newfoundland
(courtesy Andy Jones Productions)
Today on our Spotlight on Arts, show # 13, we learn a little bit about the art of storytelling, with an accent on Newfoundland and Labrador.  I speak to well-known and much loved Newfoundland actor, comedian, author, and storyteller, Andy Jones.

Andy Jones on stage in "Bishop"



Politics Today September 23, 2012

On this edition of "Politics Today" RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda talks about the first days of Canada's parliament after the summer break. The government and opposition parties strategies are already on view as the politicians face off against each other.

In the predominantly French-speaking province of Quebec the new Parti Quebecois government has been sworn in and Premier Pauline Marois has made good on one major campaign promise striking down the university tuition hike in the province that provoked protests by thousands of students this past spring.

And in the oil rich western province of Alberta people joined together to remember a former Conservative premier Peter Lougheed who died Thursday at the age of 84.
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