Carla Lucchetta's articles
From Tina Brown to Michael Palin here are some highlights from the authors and books featured on the show this year.
In her new book, I’m Afraid of Men, Shraya explores how boys learn to be boys — and hurt themselves and others in the process. She talks to TVO.org about gender, transness, and creating change.
For her role in the film ‘Indian Horse,’ Edna Manitowabi drew from her own experiences of residential school.
Author and columnist Elizabeth Renzetti reflects on her new book and her three decades covering women’s issues.
OPINION: Fewer women are having children, and more are now living alone — but we continue to treat the nuclear family as the norm. It’s time to change our cultural attitudes, writes Carla Lucchetta.
With more than 60 new initiatives, the municipality is reinventing its streets and homes to make life easier for older Ontarians.
York University professor Carlo Fanelli explains that while cities are expected to cover a wide range of services, they don’t get much help from other levels of government.
Nam Kiwanuka, host of The Agenda in the Summer, talks to musician Miranda Mulholland about legislative change and diversifying to make ends meet.
River Fujimoto talks about identity, difficult conversations, and the importance of community.
Here are some highlights from the authors and books featured on the show this year.
We talk to Attiya Khan, co-director of A Better Man, about domestic abuse, the healing process, and the need for brave conversations.
While interviewing teens for their book, 'Smart Girls,' Shauna Pomerantz and Rebecca Raby discovered some surprising attitudes towards sexism and feminism.
From fiction and memoir to biography, history, and sociology, here are some highlights from the authors and books featured on the show this year.
Inmates’ relatives face emotional and financial hardships — and the Correctional Service of Canada isn’t doing enough to help them.
A leading cancer researcher talks about the fear and anxiety that may be driving more women to choose invasive surgeries that don’t change their health outcomes.
A recent episode of The Agenda with Steve Paikin featured a panel discussion on whether the halcyon days of multiculturalism are over. If not, Canada may provide a leading example of how to properly integrate newcomers.
At a low point in his life, Craig Davidson took a job driving special needs children to school. He describes how profoundly it affected him in 'Precious Cargo: My Year Driving the Kids on School Bus 3077.'
After planning museums and arts institutions all over the world, Gail Lord explains in her new book, ‘Cities, Museums and Soft Power’ how increased access to culture can change cities and citizens for the better.