As It Happens is CBC Radio's national evening radio current affairs program. Hosted by @caroloffcbc & @RealJeffDouglas
From tonight's show: The full video of Mary Janet MacDonald's cinnamon bun recipe is here in all its glory:
This astrophysicist was trying to build a device to stop people from touching their faces when he got four magnets stuck in his nose. "This is not my expertise," he told @caroloffcbc "Magnets are dangerous."
A town in Wales has been overtaken by goats during the coronavirus lockdown. "There's no cars, there's no people, there's no noise — there's nothing to stop them, so they are going for it," @AndrewStuart tells @caroloffcbc
Today's pandemic news break from the AIH archives: That time a Swedish man created giant snow penis to make amends for destroying a smaller snow penis.
"For the greater good": This Maryland nurse is heading to New York to work on the front lines of the coronavirus crisis. She told @caroloff she fully expects to contract the virus — it's only "a matter of when."
Meet the volunteers sewing hundreds of masks for hospitals and nursing homes in Canada.
Don't worry folks. We read the room. There will be no April Fool's gag on our program tonight. But ... for your daily dose of pandemic distraction, you can check out the 5 best April Fool's jokes from the AIH archives
A man threatened to sue a magazine for using his photo in a story about all hipsters looking the same — only to learn it's not him in the picture.
Someone planted tomatoes in this Toronto sinkhole — and residents are loving it
Canadian woman denied entry to U.S. after border agents find Muslim prayers on her phone:
The 70's, when Team Canada smoked & curled at the same time
'I just couldn't leave him,' says Vegas bartender who held Canadian's hand as he died
A posh dome restaurant has opened beneath Toronto's Gardiner expressway weeks after a homeless camp was evicted under the same highway