23:46 Nov 22, 2017The Agenda welcomes Avrich, a Toronto ad man and documentary filmmaker, to discuss his book, "Moguls, Monsters, and Madmen: An Uncensored Life in Show Business."
29:59 Nov 22, 2017The Agenda discusses the C3 expedition with two participants of the coast to coast to coast Canada 150 celebration.
32:56 Nov 21, 2017The Agenda asks: How can society and individuals understand the long-term, inherited effects of traumatic events such as the Holocaust.
21:22 Nov 21, 2017The Agenda welcomes Robert Jan van Pelt, co-author of the book "The Evidence Room," to discuss why Holocaust denial still happens.
25:44 Nov 20, 2017The Agenda discusses David McCallum's road to freedom after serving 29 years in prison.
33:41 Nov 20, 2017The Agenda discusses the proposed changes to Ontario's police force and what's needed to adequately police the province.
19:15 Nov 17, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
14:27 Nov 17, 2017The Agenda discusses how one person's enjoyment of Ontario's great outdoors can be a problem for those who live nearby recreational trails.
20:09 Nov 17, 2017The Agenda discusses the specifics of the ongoing Ontario college teachers' strike.
This Week on The Agenda
Creating a Safer Ontario; An Innocent Man's Story
The Agenda examines the Liberal government's Safer Ontario Act which, if passed, would be the largest policing transformation in a generation. Then, the incredible story of how a wrongfully convicted man was freed after 29 years in prison.
Truth in History; Understanding Historical Trauma
The Agenda discusses the importance of ensuring history is factual. Then, understanding historical trauma and how it manifests, emotionally and psychologically, on descendants of those who suffered horrendous events.
From Coast to Coast to Coast; A Showbiz Tell-All
The Agenda welcomes two members of the C3 expedition to discuss their epic 150-day voyage, exploring all three of Canada's coastlines. Then, Canadian filmmaker, producer, and director Barry Avrich shares anecdotes about working with some of the biggest names in show business.
The Role of the Bystander; Confronting Domestic Abuse
The Agenda welcomes one of Canada's foremost experts in workplace harassment to discuss how bystanders can prevent misconduct. Then, The Agenda discusses the documentary, "A Better Man," premiering on TVO this Saturday at 9 p.m. The film shows that when men take responsibility for abusing others, healing and revelation can happen for everyone involved.
The Agenda's Story, Ontario Hubs, The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week, checks in with Ontario Hubs journalists, and reviews its week of programming.
Will ‘same policies, without the scandals’ be a good enough rallying cry for the NDP?
The way the Liberals have been embracing the union movement lately raises some troubling questions.
Professor Joe Martin argues critics of Canada’s first prime minister fail to see the whole picture.
A new book sheds light on the life and career of former Ontario treasurer James Noble Allan.
Respecting the will of party members is important. But so is forming a winning team.