April 2021 Primetime Schedule
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me - Episode 1
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Gordon Buchanan joins the Pazhetnovs, a pioneering family of biologists, in snowy Russia to rehabilitate six orphaned grizzly cubs back to the wild.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Truth, Lies, and Democracy
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Lawyer and author Cass Sunstein's book, "Liars: Falsehoods and Free Speech in an Age of Deception." Then, can the U.S. outlive the "post-truth" environment of the Trump presidency?
Cholesterol: The Great Bluff
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The link between heart disease and blood cholesterol is a mainstream medical dogma that has existed for the past 50 years.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 1
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he six travelers embark on a life-changing 28-day journey into Indigenous communities across Canada.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Truth, Lies, and Democracy
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Lawyer and author Cass Sunstein's book, "Liars: Falsehoods and Free Speech in an Age of Deception." Then, can the U.S. outlive the "post-truth" environment of the Trump presidency?
Cholesterol: The Great Bluff
repeat
The link between heart disease and blood cholesterol is a mainstream medical dogma that has existed for the past 50 years.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 1
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dv
he six travelers embark on a life-changing 28-day journey into Indigenous communities across Canada.
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me - Episode 1
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Gordon Buchanan joins the Pazhetnovs, a pioneering family of biologists, in snowy Russia to rehabilitate six orphaned grizzly cubs back to the wild.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, April 01, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 1
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he six travelers embark on a life-changing 28-day journey into Indigenous communities across Canada.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Truth, Lies, and Democracy
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Lawyer and author Cass Sunstein's book, "Liars: Falsehoods and Free Speech in an Age of Deception." Then, can the U.S. outlive the "post-truth" environment of the Trump presidency?
TRIPPING The Niagara
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Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
TRIPPING The Niagara
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Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
TRIPPING The Niagara
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Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
Touching Life
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An inspiring documentary about a Vancouver family with two visually impaired parents and their sighted son.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 1 - Indian Summer
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Watch tigers, lions and leopards hunt cheek by jowl with wild dogs, while deer, rhino and elephants sustain the hunters.
Digging for Britain
Ep. 2 - East
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Divers search the Thames for clues to a 17th-century tragedy, and a man with a metal detector makes the find of a lifetime.
The Gardener
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Nestled in the Charlevoix region of Quebec is gardener Frank Cabot's fabled Les Quatre Vents (The Four Winds), one of the world's most beautiful private gardens. Cabot reflects on the meaning of gardening and its impact on our lives.
Vancouver: No Fixed Address
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As housing costs around the world continue to skyrocket, Vancouver: No Fixed Address takes an uncompromising look at the city's housing crisis, where citizens fight to preserve homes as living spaces, not global financial commodities.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 1 - Indian Summer
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Watch tigers, lions and leopards hunt cheek by jowl with wild dogs, while deer, rhino and elephants sustain the hunters.
Digging for Britain
Ep. 2 - East
repeat
Divers search the Thames for clues to a 17th-century tragedy, and a man with a metal detector makes the find of a lifetime.
The Gardener
repeat
Nestled in the Charlevoix region of Quebec is gardener Frank Cabot's fabled Les Quatre Vents (The Four Winds), one of the world's most beautiful private gardens. Cabot reflects on the meaning of gardening and its impact on our lives.
Vancouver: No Fixed Address
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As housing costs around the world continue to skyrocket, Vancouver: No Fixed Address takes an uncompromising look at the city's housing crisis, where citizens fight to preserve homes as living spaces, not global financial commodities.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
TRIPPING The Niagara
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dv
Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
TRIPPING The Niagara
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dv
Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
TRIPPING The Niagara
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dv
Take a mesmerizing bird's-eye view through southern Ontario's beautiful Niagara region in TRIPPING The Niagara.
The Life-Sized City
The Life-Sized City - New Orleans
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When Hurricane Katrina ravaged the United States' Gulf Region in 2005, killing over 1800 people, displacing over a million and causing over 151 billion dollars US in damages, New Orleans was caught in the eye of the storm.
Touching Life
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An inspiring documentary about a Vancouver family with two visually impaired parents and their sighted son.
Victorian Bakers
The Sweet Makers - A Georgian Treat
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Guided by food historian Dr Annie Gray and social historian Emma Dabiri, our 21st-century sweetmakers are in Bath to experience first-hand the life of confectioners in late 18th- and early 19th-century England.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Has COVID-19 Added to Personal Debt?
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Has the pandemic helped or hurt personal finances during the past year? Then, why do consumers spend money on indulgences during challenging times?
First Ladies
Michelle Obama
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This episode explores the life of Michelle Obama and how she carved out her own legacy while being an essential part of her husband's history-making presidency.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Once Upon A time in Iraq - Fallujah
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Dexter Filkins and photographer Ashley Gilbertson are working for the New York Times when they enter Fallujah with Bravo Company in November 2004.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Has COVID-19 Added to Personal Debt?
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Has the pandemic helped or hurt personal finances during the past year? Then, why do consumers spend money on indulgences during challenging times?
First Ladies
Michelle Obama
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This episode explores the life of Michelle Obama and how she carved out her own legacy while being an essential part of her husband's history-making presidency.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Once Upon A time in Iraq - Fallujah
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Dexter Filkins and photographer Ashley Gilbertson are working for the New York Times when they enter Fallujah with Bravo Company in November 2004.
Victorian Bakers
The Sweet Makers - A Georgian Treat
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Guided by food historian Dr Annie Gray and social historian Emma Dabiri, our 21st-century sweetmakers are in Bath to experience first-hand the life of confectioners in late 18th- and early 19th-century England.
Royal Recipes
Ep. 1 - Coronation
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Michael Buerk joins chef Paul Ainsworth in the kitchen as they celebrate food created for the most significant royal event.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Royal Recipes
Ep. 2 - Weddings
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Chef Anna Haugh joins Michael Buerk to celebrate food served at royal weddings.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Has COVID-19 Added to Personal Debt?
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Has the pandemic helped or hurt personal finances during the past year? Then, why do consumers spend money on indulgences during challenging times?
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 10
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Allison brings her work home with her and feathers fly at her wedding. While Hope and Allison are away, half a dozen orphans make a break for it.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Comeback for Summer Camps?
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Will summer camps be allowed this year? Then, what are the pros and cons of making digital learning a permanent part of public education?
The Shadow of Gold
The Shadow of Gold - Ep. 1
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Examining the world of Big Gold - from big mines, big markets, and big deals - to big disasters which result in pollution and corruption that powerful players don't want us to see. Discover what our lust for gold costs, and who pays the price.
The Shadow of Gold
The Shadow of Gold - Ep. 2
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What are the human and ecological costs of gold mining? Some of the world's poorest people work under hazardous conditions in tiny mines and muddy streams. Discover how fair and sustainable gold is possible, if we want it.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Comeback for Summer Camps?
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Will summer camps be allowed this year? Then, what are the pros and cons of making digital learning a permanent part of public education?
The Shadow of Gold
The Shadow of Gold - Ep. 1
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Examining the world of Big Gold - from big mines, big markets, and big deals - to big disasters which result in pollution and corruption that powerful players don't want us to see. Discover what our lust for gold costs, and who pays the price.
The Shadow of Gold
The Shadow of Gold - Ep. 2
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What are the human and ecological costs of gold mining? Some of the world's poorest people work under hazardous conditions in tiny mines and muddy streams. Discover how fair and sustainable gold is possible, if we want it.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 10
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Allison brings her work home with her and feathers fly at her wedding. While Hope and Allison are away, half a dozen orphans make a break for it.
Only Me Generation
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Did China's one-child policy really create a generation of spoiled, privileged, selfish young adults?
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 10
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Allison brings her work home with her and feathers fly at her wedding. While Hope and Allison are away, half a dozen orphans make a break for it.
Ontario Hubs
Rachel Romu: A Spotlight on Disability
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks with a model who is hoping to change the way people view disability.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Comeback for Summer Camps?
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Will summer camps be allowed this year? Then, what are the pros and cons of making digital learning a permanent part of public education?
Impossible Railways
Ep. 2 - Into the Wild
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From a canyon-spanning bridge in San Diego to a track ascending a Swiss peak, railway engineers have conquered jungles, deserts and mountains.
Atikokan Calming Project
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Return to Lockdown
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What is the process by which works of art are returned to their rightful heirs?
Looking for Rembrandt
Looking for Rembrandt - Episode 3
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Desperate for money, Rembrandt takes on commissions that even his pupils have passed by, pupils who are now getting the grand offers that once came through Rembrandt's door.
Human Plus
Orchestra of the Senses
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Sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell send sensory messages to the brain at a speed of 430km/hr
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Return to Lockdown
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What is the process by which works of art are returned to their rightful heirs?
Looking for Rembrandt
Looking for Rembrandt - Episode 3
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Desperate for money, Rembrandt takes on commissions that even his pupils have passed by, pupils who are now getting the grand offers that once came through Rembrandt's door.
Human Plus
Orchestra of the Senses
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Sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell send sensory messages to the brain at a speed of 430km/hr
Impossible Railways
Ep. 2 - Into the Wild
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From a canyon-spanning bridge in San Diego to a track ascending a Swiss peak, railway engineers have conquered jungles, deserts and mountains.
China's 3 Dreams
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In the 1970s, ordinary Chinese citizens were said to have three dreams: to own a watch, a bicycle, and a radio. What are the dreams of the Chinese people today?
Human Plus
Orchestra of the Senses
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dv
Sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell send sensory messages to the brain at a speed of 430km/hr
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Return to Lockdown
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What is the process by which works of art are returned to their rightful heirs?
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me - Episode 2
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Gordon Buchanan begins training the cubs for their new life in the wilderness. With just ten weeks left before release, little Pasha is still struggling.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does the Real Estate Market Need Cooling?
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While many industries have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, the real-estate market continues to soar.
Exit - leaving Extremism Behind
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Through intimate conversations with former violent extremists director Karen Winther asks: What prompted their decision to leave?
First Contact
First Contact - episode 2
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The six participants travel south to Thunder Bay, where a number of tragic incidents have exposed racist attitudes towards Indigenous people. Then, a meeting with residential school survivors in southern Ontario shocks the participants.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does the Real Estate Market Need Cooling?
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While many industries have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, the real-estate market continues to soar.
Exit - leaving Extremism Behind
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Through intimate conversations with former violent extremists director Karen Winther asks: What prompted their decision to leave?
First Contact
First Contact - episode 2
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The six participants travel south to Thunder Bay, where a number of tragic incidents have exposed racist attitudes towards Indigenous people. Then, a meeting with residential school survivors in southern Ontario shocks the participants.
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me
Grizzly Bear Cubs and Me - Episode 2
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Gordon Buchanan begins training the cubs for their new life in the wilderness. With just ten weeks left before release, little Pasha is still struggling.
In the Name of All Canadians
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Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms gets six fresh perspectives in this compilation of short documentaries commissioned by Hot Docs.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 2
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The six participants travel south to Thunder Bay, where a number of tragic incidents have exposed racist attitudes towards Indigenous people. Then, a meeting with residential school survivors in southern Ontario shocks the participants.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does the Real Estate Market Need Cooling?
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While many industries have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, the real-estate market continues to soar.
Antiques Uncovered
Antiques Uncovered - Episode 1- Entertainment
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Historian Lucy Worsley discovers how the sofa has changed our behaviour over the centuries.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Challenges
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The state of ICUs in Ontario now. Then, eastern Ontario Hub journalist Marsha McLeod discusses the frustration being felt by young people trying to obtain a driver's licence during the pandemic. Then, we review our week of programming.
Heartbeat
Hearveat - episode 9 - State of Mind
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Steve and Liz try to help an elderly man who seems to be senile; Vernon is summoned for jury duty.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
The Nile: 5000 Years of History
Ep. 3
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Traffic on the Nile is building as this third episode begins, signaling Bettany Hughes' arrival into Luxor - the 'world's greatest open-air museum'.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Challenges
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The state of ICUs in Ontario now. Then, eastern Ontario Hub journalist Marsha McLeod discusses the frustration being felt by young people trying to obtain a driver's licence during the pandemic. Then, we review our week of programming.
Heartbeat
Hearveat - episode 9 - State of Mind
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Steve and Liz try to help an elderly man who seems to be senile; Vernon is summoned for jury duty.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
The Nile: 5000 Years of History
Ep. 3
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Traffic on the Nile is building as this third episode begins, signaling Bettany Hughes' arrival into Luxor - the 'world's greatest open-air museum'.
Antiques Uncovered
Antiques Uncovered - Episode 1- Entertainment
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Historian Lucy Worsley discovers how the sofa has changed our behaviour over the centuries.
Jimmy's Australian Food Adventure
Ep. 1 - Origins
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In Western Australia and the Northern Territory, Jimmy Doherty eyeballs saltwater crocodiles and makes kangaroo sausages.
Apocalypse: World War I
Ep. 1 - Fury
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On June 28, 1914, an obscure Austrian archduke's assassination in Sarajevo triggers a disastrous conflict.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 3 - Brazil: Deadly Paradise
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Ravaged by the heat, deadly predators such as jaguars and caimans clash with prey around shrinking pools of water.
Digging for Britain
Ep. 1 - West
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Archeologists gather at the Salisbury Museum to look at finds from Marden Henge, Durotriges, Trellech, Kent's Cavern, Jersey, and Staffordshire Hoard.
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
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Linda Ronstadt guides viewers through her youth in Tucson singing Mexican canciones with her family; her folk days; and her reign as the "queen of country rock" in the '70s and '80s.
Museum Diaries
Ep. 1 - Fakes & Frauds Exposed
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Royal Ontario Museum curators and technicians research the pedigree of every piece in the collection.
Mom and Me
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A chronicle of the relationship between director Lena Macdonald and her mother, who ended up on the streets.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 3 - Brazil: Deadly Paradise
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Ravaged by the heat, deadly predators such as jaguars and caimans clash with prey around shrinking pools of water.
Digging for Britain
Ep. 1 - West
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Archeologists gather at the Salisbury Museum to look at finds from Marden Henge, Durotriges, Trellech, Kent's Cavern, Jersey, and Staffordshire Hoard.
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice
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Linda Ronstadt guides viewers through her youth in Tucson singing Mexican canciones with her family; her folk days; and her reign as the "queen of country rock" in the '70s and '80s.
Museum Diaries
Ep. 1 - Fakes & Frauds Exposed
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Royal Ontario Museum curators and technicians research the pedigree of every piece in the collection.
Mom and Me
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A chronicle of the relationship between director Lena Macdonald and her mother, who ended up on the streets.
The Life-Sized City
The Life-Sized City - Hamilton
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Toronto has always cast a long shadow on the city of Hamilton, Ontario, for a number of reasons: it's bigger, it's more economically successful, and people want to live there. But times are changing.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 5 - Christchurch
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Scottish historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver investigates the origins of the New Zealand accent.
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Point of Balance
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Midsomer is buzzing with excitement at the arrival of the annual 'Paramount Dance Extravaganza'.
Political Blind Date
Ep 5 - The High Tech Future
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Cambridge Mayor Kathryn McGarry and Conservative MPP Donna Skelly have different views on how to support advanced manufacturing and innovation in Ontario's auto, aerospace and medical sectors. Is it through grants or cutting red tape for businesses?
My First 150 Days
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Newly arrived from the Philippines, the Banico family experience the emotional journey of starting fresh in a new land.
The Life-Sized City
The Life-Sized City - Hamilton
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Toronto has always cast a long shadow on the city of Hamilton, Ontario, for a number of reasons: it's bigger, it's more economically successful, and people want to live there. But times are changing.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 5 - Christchurch
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dv
Scottish historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver investigates the origins of the New Zealand accent.
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Point of Balance
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Midsomer is buzzing with excitement at the arrival of the annual 'Paramount Dance Extravaganza'.
Political Blind Date
Ep 5 - The High Tech Future
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dv
Cambridge Mayor Kathryn McGarry and Conservative MPP Donna Skelly have different views on how to support advanced manufacturing and innovation in Ontario's auto, aerospace and medical sectors. Is it through grants or cutting red tape for businesses?
My First 150 Days
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dv
Newly arrived from the Philippines, the Banico family experience the emotional journey of starting fresh in a new land.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Challenges
repeat
The state of ICUs in Ontario now. Then, eastern Ontario Hub journalist Marsha McLeod discusses the frustration being felt by young people trying to obtain a driver's licence during the pandemic. Then, we review our week of programming.
Victorian Bakers
The Sweet Makers - A Victorian Treat
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The 21st-century sweet makers are in their own workshop in Blists Hill, Shropshire, to experience first-hand the life of confectioners in late 19th- and early 20th-century England
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's Newest Vaccine Rollout
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Recent changes to the provinces vaccination strategy. Then, regional mayors react to the new stay-at-home order.
First Ladies
Hillary Clinton
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: This episode explores the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton and how she became a trailblazer who forever changed the role of first lady.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Saddam
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When Saddam Hussein is captured by coalition forces in December 2003, politicians in the White House believe this will be the turning point they need to bring democracy to Iraq.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's Newest Vaccine Rollout
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Recent changes to the provinces vaccination strategy. Then, regional mayors react to the new stay-at-home order.
First Ladies
Hillary Clinton
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: This episode explores the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton and how she became a trailblazer who forever changed the role of first lady.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Saddam
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When Saddam Hussein is captured by coalition forces in December 2003, politicians in the White House believe this will be the turning point they need to bring democracy to Iraq.
Victorian Bakers
The Sweet Makers - A Victorian Treat
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The 21st-century sweet makers are in their own workshop in Blists Hill, Shropshire, to experience first-hand the life of confectioners in late 19th- and early 20th-century England
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, April 12, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Royal Recipes
Ep. 3 - Garden Parties and Picnics
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Michael Buerk and chef Paul Ainsworth set up the barbecue to prepare Gaelic steaks, said to be Prince Philip's signature barbecue dish.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's Newest Vaccine Rollout
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Recent changes to the provinces vaccination strategy. Then, regional mayors react to the new stay-at-home order.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 11
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dv
Hope's Open House is bigger and better than ever. But more people mean more challenges. The volunteers are scrambling to get everything in order.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Renewed Calls for Paid Sick Leave
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Could paid sick leave help curb the spread of COVID-19 in Ontario? Then, author Laura Bates discusses her book, "Men Who Hate Women: From Incels to Pickup Artists: The Truth About Extreme Misogyny and How It Affects Us All."
White Right: Meeting the Enemy
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With hate crime rising, filmmaker Deeyah Khan goes to the front lines of the race wars in America.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
Love Bite
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Largely ignored by the mainstream art world, American artist Laurie Lipton's haunting black-and-white drawings speak to themes of isolation.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Renewed Calls for Paid Sick Leave
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Could paid sick leave help curb the spread of COVID-19 in Ontario? Then, author Laura Bates discusses her book, "Men Who Hate Women: From Incels to Pickup Artists: The Truth About Extreme Misogyny and How It Affects Us All."
White Right: Meeting the Enemy
repeat
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With hate crime rising, filmmaker Deeyah Khan goes to the front lines of the race wars in America.
Love Bite
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Largely ignored by the mainstream art world, American artist Laurie Lipton's haunting black-and-white drawings speak to themes of isolation.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 11
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dv
Hope's Open House is bigger and better than ever. But more people mean more challenges. The volunteers are scrambling to get everything in order.
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 11
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Hope's Open House is bigger and better than ever. But more people mean more challenges. The volunteers are scrambling to get everything in order.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Renewed Calls for Paid Sick Leave
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Could paid sick leave help curb the spread of COVID-19 in Ontario? Then, author Laura Bates discusses her book, "Men Who Hate Women: From Incels to Pickup Artists: The Truth About Extreme Misogyny and How It Affects Us All."
Impossible Railways
Ep. 3 - Crossing Chasms
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From Scotland's Forth Bridge to a vertigo-inducing viaduct in rural New Zealand, discover how the world's most innovative rail bridges were built.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
When the Inmates Took Over the Prison
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A look back at the 1971 Kingston Penetentiary riot. Then, how are Ontario's prisons faring during COVID-19. And, a glimpse into TVO's new podcast, "Unascertained."
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 1
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould attempt to prove that a still life of a glass jug and pears is the work of celebrated British artist William Nicholson.
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 1
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Michael Mosley runs an experiment to find the best way to beat stress - mindfulness, yoga or gardening. Psychiatrist Dr Alain Gregoire reveals how sleep affects mental health.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
When the Inmates Took Over the Prison
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A look back at the 1971 Kingston Penetentiary riot. Then, how are Ontario's prisons faring during COVID-19. And, a glimpse into TVO's new podcast, "Unascertained."
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 1
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould attempt to prove that a still life of a glass jug and pears is the work of celebrated British artist William Nicholson.
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 1
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Michael Mosley runs an experiment to find the best way to beat stress - mindfulness, yoga or gardening. Psychiatrist Dr Alain Gregoire reveals how sleep affects mental health.
Impossible Railways
Ep. 3 - Crossing Chasms
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From Scotland's Forth Bridge to a vertigo-inducing viaduct in rural New Zealand, discover how the world's most innovative rail bridges were built.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, April 14, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Striking Balance
Ep. 1 - Long Point
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Ontario's Long Point, the world's longest freshwater sand spit, is threatened by an invasive plant, phragmites.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
When the Inmates Took Over the Prison
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A look back at the 1971 Kingston Penetentiary riot. Then, how are Ontario's prisons faring during COVID-19. And, a glimpse into TVO's new podcast, "Unascertained."
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 1
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Isolated from the rest of the world for 80 million years, life on the islands of New Zealand has taken its own colourful path. This episode explores the acrobatic displays of dolphins and how a calf learns to hunt.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Political Pioneer on Canadian Democracy?
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Preston Manning discusses his book, "Do Something: 365 Ways You Can Strengthen Canada." Then, are traditional political parties losing their sway in Canada?
Undercover Jihadi
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Counter-terrorism expert Mubin Shaikh, a former extremist, is on a quest to stop the radicalization of Muslim youth in Canada and around the world.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 3
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Traveling to northern Saskatchewan, the six travelers face their biggest test yet as they meet with people from communities deeply affected by the death of Colten Boushie.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Political Pioneer on Canadian Democracy?
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Preston Manning discusses his book, "Do Something: 365 Ways You Can Strengthen Canada." Then, are traditional political parties losing their sway in Canada?
Undercover Jihadi
repeat
dv
Counter-terrorism expert Mubin Shaikh, a former extremist, is on a quest to stop the radicalization of Muslim youth in Canada and around the world.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 3
repeat
dv
Traveling to northern Saskatchewan, the six travelers face their biggest test yet as they meet with people from communities deeply affected by the death of Colten Boushie.
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 1
repeat
Isolated from the rest of the world for 80 million years, life on the islands of New Zealand has taken its own colourful path. This episode explores the acrobatic displays of dolphins and how a calf learns to hunt.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, April 15, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
First Contact
First Contact - episode 3
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dv
Traveling to northern Saskatchewan, the six travelers face their biggest test yet as they meet with people from communities deeply affected by the death of Colten Boushie.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Political Pioneer on Canadian Democracy?
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Preston Manning discusses his book, "Do Something: 365 Ways You Can Strengthen Canada." Then, are traditional political parties losing their sway in Canada?
Antiques Uncovered
Ep. 2 - Travel
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Antiques expert Mark Hill learns how intricate figures are put onto a piece of Wedgwood, and he gets a sneak preview of the Titanic auction.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Challenges for Salons and Personal Care During COVID-19
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Can salons and personal-care services survive the pandemic? Then, a regional look at the current stay-at-home order in Ontario. And, we review our week of programming.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 10 - Down to Earth
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Vernon is left fighting for his life when he buys a batch of soil for his new compost venture. Liz finds herself under increasing pressure due to deaths in the village.
The Nile: 5000 Years of History
Ep. 4
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In this final episode, Bettany Hughes reaches the Egyptian Nile's southernmost parts. Once upon a time there was a risk of being eaten by crocodiles here. Today, this stretch of the Nile is just startlingly beautiful.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Challenges for Salons and Personal Care During COVID-19
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Can salons and personal-care services survive the pandemic? Then, a regional look at the current stay-at-home order in Ontario. And, we review our week of programming.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 10 - Down to Earth
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Vernon is left fighting for his life when he buys a batch of soil for his new compost venture. Liz finds herself under increasing pressure due to deaths in the village.
The Nile: 5000 Years of History
Ep. 4
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In this final episode, Bettany Hughes reaches the Egyptian Nile's southernmost parts. Once upon a time there was a risk of being eaten by crocodiles here. Today, this stretch of the Nile is just startlingly beautiful.
Antiques Uncovered
Ep. 2 - Travel
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Antiques expert Mark Hill learns how intricate figures are put onto a piece of Wedgwood, and he gets a sneak preview of the Titanic auction.
Jimmy's Australian Food Adventure
Ep. 2 - Foraging
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Jimmy Doherty forages for wild plants at Uluru and tries his hand at mud crabbing in the wilderness of Western Australia's Cape Leveque.
Apocalypse: World War I
Ep. 2 - Fear
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The French army stops the German advance at the battle of the Marne, while the Germans halt the Russians at Tannenberg on the eastern front.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 4 - Life on the Equator
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For creatures in the jungles and grasslands, living in the glare of the overhead sun is never easy, but it is wondrous.
Digging for Britain
West
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In this episode, we're in the West of Britain. Finds include the lost WWI training trenches on Salisbury Plain, Britain's first double henge, and luxury foreign goods discovered at Tintagel, the legendary childhood home of King Arthur.
Honeyland
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Hatidze Muratova is the last in a long line of Macedonian wild beekeepers. Nestled in an isolated mountain village, she lives with her ailing mother and ekes out a living selling small batches of honey.
Paris 1919 | TVO Docs
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Based on Margaret McMillan's best-selling book, Paris 1919 chronicles the most ambitious peace talks in history, the Paris Peace Conference of 1919.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 4 - Life on the Equator
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For creatures in the jungles and grasslands, living in the glare of the overhead sun is never easy, but it is wondrous.
Digging for Britain
West
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In this episode, we're in the West of Britain. Finds include the lost WWI training trenches on Salisbury Plain, Britain's first double henge, and luxury foreign goods discovered at Tintagel, the legendary childhood home of King Arthur.
Honeyland
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Hatidze Muratova is the last in a long line of Macedonian wild beekeepers. Nestled in an isolated mountain village, she lives with her ailing mother and ekes out a living selling small batches of honey.
Atikokan Calming Project
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
Some Sort of Judas
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Ostracized for breaking a code of silence and testifying against a friend, Kevin Williams is released from prison into an uncertain future.
The Life-Sized City
Ep. 1 - Cape Town
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South Africa's Cape Town makes headlines for its beauty and laidback lifestyle, but traces of a dark past still linger.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 6 - Taranaki
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Geologist Hamish Campbell investigates the energy-rich region's oil industry, while historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver encounters mysterious objects on the Taranaki coastline.
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Miniature Murders
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The worlds of miniature dolls houses and real houses collide when prolific real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin is murdered in front of a crowd at the unveiling of a new dolls house collection at Midsomer Museum of the family.
Political Blind Date
Ep 6 - Hydro Rates
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Conservative MPP Bill Walker and NDP MPP Peter Tabuns examine the government's plans for hydro rates and energy policy in Ontario, debating the merits of retro-fitted energy-efficient homes, community wind turbines, and nuclear power.
River Silence
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River Silence follows several women whose lives are profoundly changed by the controversial Belo Monte Dam along Brazil's Xingu River, a major tributary of the Amazon River.
The Life-Sized City
Ep. 1 - Cape Town
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South Africa's Cape Town makes headlines for its beauty and laidback lifestyle, but traces of a dark past still linger.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 6 - Taranaki
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Geologist Hamish Campbell investigates the energy-rich region's oil industry, while historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver encounters mysterious objects on the Taranaki coastline.
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Miniature Murders
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The worlds of miniature dolls houses and real houses collide when prolific real estate agent Alexander Beauvoisin is murdered in front of a crowd at the unveiling of a new dolls house collection at Midsomer Museum of the family.
Political Blind Date
Ep 6 - Hydro Rates
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Conservative MPP Bill Walker and NDP MPP Peter Tabuns examine the government's plans for hydro rates and energy policy in Ontario, debating the merits of retro-fitted energy-efficient homes, community wind turbines, and nuclear power.
River Silence
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River Silence follows several women whose lives are profoundly changed by the controversial Belo Monte Dam along Brazil's Xingu River, a major tributary of the Amazon River.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Challenges for Salons and Personal Care During COVID-19
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Can salons and personal-care services survive the pandemic? Then, a regional look at the current stay-at-home order in Ontario. And, we review our week of programming.
Victorian Bakers
Ep. 1 - 1830s
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The journey begins in 1837, when bread was the mainstay of most diets and bakers were at the heart of every community.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Assessing Laurentian University's Deep Cuts
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Checking in on two years of the Ontario NDP's Black Caucus. Then, we assess the fallout from the deep cuts to programming, faculty, and staff at Laurentian Unversity in Sudbury.
First Ladies
Nancy Reagan
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This episode explores the life and legacy of Nancy Reagan, one of the most hands-on first ladies in U.S. history.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Once Upon A Time in Iraq - Legacy
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In 2004, Waleed Nesyif is forced to flee Iraq following death threats for working for American journalists as a translator. By the time America finally withdraws all its troops from Iraq in 2011, he is a Canadian citizen.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Assessing Laurentian University's Deep Cuts
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Checking in on two years of the Ontario NDP's Black Caucus. Then, we assess the fallout from the deep cuts to programming, faculty, and staff at Laurentian Unversity in Sudbury.
First Ladies
Nancy Reagan
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This episode explores the life and legacy of Nancy Reagan, one of the most hands-on first ladies in U.S. history.
Once Upon a Time in Iraq
Once Upon A Time in Iraq - Legacy
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In 2004, Waleed Nesyif is forced to flee Iraq following death threats for working for American journalists as a translator. By the time America finally withdraws all its troops from Iraq in 2011, he is a Canadian citizen.
Victorian Bakers
Ep. 1 - 1830s
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The journey begins in 1837, when bread was the mainstay of most diets and bakers were at the heart of every community.
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, April 19, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Royal Recipes
Ep. 4 - Birthdays
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Chef Anna Haugh joins Michael Buerk to prepare food cooked for royal birthdays, including a chocolate cake first made for the Queen's grandmother.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Assessing Laurentian University's Deep Cuts
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Checking in on two years of the Ontario NDP's Black Caucus. Then, we assess the fallout from the deep cuts to programming, faculty, and staff at Laurentian Unversity in Sudbury.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 12
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Never-before-seen scenes from two years of Hope's greatest stories!
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Path Towards National Child Care?
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Is the time right for a national child-care program in Canada? Then, we talk to women at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Borealis (feature version)
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Borealis travels deep into the heart of Canada's iconic wilderness to explore how the plants and animals that live there communicate and survive the destructive forces of fire, insects, and human encroachment.
Political Blind Date
Ep 6 - Cities and the Environment
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Toronto City Councillor Jennifer McKelvie and Conservative MPP Andrea Khanjin examine how the provincial government and city can work together to address environmental issues like climate change, recycling strategies, and air pollution.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Path Towards National Child Care?
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Is the time right for a national child-care program in Canada? Then, we talk to women at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Borealis (feature version)
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Borealis travels deep into the heart of Canada's iconic wilderness to explore how the plants and animals that live there communicate and survive the destructive forces of fire, insects, and human encroachment.
Political Blind Date
Ep 6 - Cities and the Environment
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Toronto City Councillor Jennifer McKelvie and Conservative MPP Andrea Khanjin examine how the provincial government and city can work together to address environmental issues like climate change, recycling strategies, and air pollution.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 12
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Never-before-seen scenes from two years of Hope's greatest stories!
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 12
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Never-before-seen scenes from two years of Hope's greatest stories!
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Path Towards National Child Care?
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Is the time right for a national child-care program in Canada? Then, we talk to women at the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Impossible Railways
Ep. 4 - The Need for Speed
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Since the earliest days of the railways, the demand has always been for faster trains.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does Positive Thinking Have a Dark Side?
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Looking on the brightside perpetually could be harmful to one's health. Then, remembering Bill Barilko's success with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 2
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould head to France to take on a testing challenge - can they reverse an art world decision about sketch books possibly by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec?
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 2
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Michael Mosley finds out why fizzy drinks make you eat more, and why coconut oil can actually lower your cholesterol. GP Dr Zoe Williams investigates whether caffeine boosts your physical performance.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does Positive Thinking Have a Dark Side?
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Looking on the brightside perpetually could be harmful to one's health. Then, remembering Bill Barilko's success with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 2
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould head to France to take on a testing challenge - can they reverse an art world decision about sketch books possibly by Henri de Toulouse Lautrec?
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 2
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Michael Mosley finds out why fizzy drinks make you eat more, and why coconut oil can actually lower your cholesterol. GP Dr Zoe Williams investigates whether caffeine boosts your physical performance.
Impossible Railways
Ep. 4 - The Need for Speed
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Since the earliest days of the railways, the demand has always been for faster trains.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Striking Balance
Ep. 2 - Clayoquot Sound
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British Columbia communities look to the past to learn how the environment, cultures and economies can thrive.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Does Positive Thinking Have a Dark Side?
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Looking on the brightside perpetually could be harmful to one's health. Then, remembering Bill Barilko's success with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 2
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This episode explores animals that come to the Aucklands, a string of rugged volcanic islands.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Marking a Day of Environmental Action
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A look at some innovative ideas designed to lessen humanity's footprint on the environment.
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
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Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is a stunning cinematic meditation on humanity's massive reengineering of the planet.
City Wildlife Rescue
Ep. 2
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A family of baby rabbits needs help after a dog attacks the nest.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Marking a Day of Environmental Action
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A look at some innovative ideas designed to lessen humanity's footprint on the environment.
Anthropocene: The Human Epoch
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Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is a stunning cinematic meditation on humanity's massive reengineering of the planet.
City Wildlife Rescue
City Wildlife Rescue Series - Ep. 12
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A turkey vulture with an unidentified injury is being cared for by the medical team.
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 2
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This episode explores animals that come to the Aucklands, a string of rugged volcanic islands.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, April 22, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Airbnb: Dream or Nightmare?
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A booking is made with Airbnb or similar every two seconds. But behind the numbers and glossy websites is a darker side: nightmare tenants, fraudulent landlords and a legal system failing to keep up.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Marking a Day of Environmental Action
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A look at some innovative ideas designed to lessen humanity's footprint on the environment.
Antiques Uncovered
Ep. 3 - Ceremony
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Historian Lucy Worsley and antiques expert Mark Hill examine objects that are associated with ceremonies, from diamonds to Olympic medals.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Surge and Triage Policies
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How are ICUs in hotspots handling the COVID-19 case surge. Then, northeastern Ontario Hub journalist update us on fallout from Laurentian University cutbacks. And, we review our top stories.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 11 - Mountains and Molehills
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A dysfunctional family causes personal troubles for the police when Bellamy accidentally runds down a local boy. David is hired by Lord Ashfordly to rid his estate of moles.
Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees
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Scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger explores our profound biological and spiritual connection with trees.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Surge and Triage Policies
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How are ICUs in hotspots handling the COVID-19 case surge. Then, northeastern Ontario Hub journalist update us on fallout from Laurentian University cutbacks. And, we review our top stories.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 11 - Mountains and Molehills
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A dysfunctional family causes personal troubles for the police when Bellamy accidentally runds down a local boy. David is hired by Lord Ashfordly to rid his estate of moles.
Call of the Forest: The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees
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Scientist and author Diana Beresford-Kroeger explores our profound biological and spiritual connection with trees.
Antiques Uncovered
Ep. 3 - Ceremony
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Historian Lucy Worsley and antiques expert Mark Hill examine objects that are associated with ceremonies, from diamonds to Olympic medals.
Jimmy's Australian Food Adventure
Ep. 3 - New Arrivals
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In the Northern Territory and South Australia, Jimmy Doherty tastes desert curries and cooks the national dessert, a Pavlova.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Apocalypse: World War I
Ep. 3 - Hell
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1916: The war is raging in Europe and stretches from the trenches in France to the Italian Alps and the Balkans, and beyond to the gates of the East.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 5
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As the wet season gives way to dry, animals must adapt if they are to see out another day.
Digging for Britain
North
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In this episode, we're in the north of Britain. Finds include evidence for the first Roman siege, Britain's most famous monastery, Lindisfarne, and the incredible discovery of ancient Scottish man-made islands.
Amy
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Despite just two albums to her name, the late British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is one of the biggest musical icons in recent history.
FIXED!
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A light-hearted look at the folks behind the Repair Café Toronto, who are challenging our throwaway culture by fixing your broken items for free.
SponsorLand: Welcome to Canada
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The lives of a rambunctious Syrian refugee family of 13 intersect with their community of enthusiastic sponsors in Picton, Ont.
National Geographic
Wild 24 - Ep. 5
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As the wet season gives way to dry, animals must adapt if they are to see out another day.
Atikokan Calming Project
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
Digging for Britain
North
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In this episode, we're in the north of Britain. Finds include evidence for the first Roman siege, Britain's most famous monastery, Lindisfarne, and the incredible discovery of ancient Scottish man-made islands.
Amy
repeat
dv
Despite just two albums to her name, the late British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is one of the biggest musical icons in recent history.
FIXED!
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A light-hearted look at the folks behind the Repair Café Toronto, who are challenging our throwaway culture by fixing your broken items for free.
SponsorLand: Welcome to Canada
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The lives of a rambunctious Syrian refugee family of 13 intersect with their community of enthusiastic sponsors in Picton, Ont.
The Life-Sized City
Ep. 2 - Mexico City
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Mexico City is the largest city in the Western hemisphere but many still see this megalopolis as a village - or as a patchwork of many villages.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 1 - Wellington
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Coast New Zealand is back once more, and the third series kicks off in the world's southern
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Sting of Death
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The Deddington's thriving bee Empire has put Granville Norton on the map, but what lengths will they go to to ensure they're never dethroned.
Grand Trunk: A City Built on Steam
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From 1856 to 1964, Stratford was a railway hub and locomotive repair facility for the Grand Trunk Railway, precursor to the CNR.
A Better Man
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Filmmaker Attiya Khan meets with her ex-boyfriend Steve to find out if he is willing to take responsibility for his violence towards her.
The Life-Sized City
Ep. 2 - Mexico City
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Mexico City is the largest city in the Western hemisphere but many still see this megalopolis as a village - or as a patchwork of many villages.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 1 - Wellington
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Coast New Zealand is back once more, and the third series kicks off in the world's southern
Midsomer Murders
Midsomer Murders - The Sting of Death
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The Deddington's thriving bee Empire has put Granville Norton on the map, but what lengths will they go to to ensure they're never dethroned.
Grand Trunk: A City Built on Steam
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From 1856 to 1964, Stratford was a railway hub and locomotive repair facility for the Grand Trunk Railway, precursor to the CNR.
A Better Man
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Filmmaker Attiya Khan meets with her ex-boyfriend Steve to find out if he is willing to take responsibility for his violence towards her.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's ICU Surge and Triage Policies
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How are ICUs in hotspots handling the COVID-19 case surge. Then, northeastern Ontario Hub journalist update us on fallout from Laurentian University cutbacks. And, we review our top stories.
Victorian Bakers
Ep. 2 - 1870s
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As coal fuels Britain's epic industrial expansion, it is the bakers' bread that feeds its ever-expanding urban workforce.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
new
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
First Ladies
Lady Bird Johnson
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This episode explores the life of Lady Bird Johnson and how she helped soothe the discord in the administration while shaping Lyndon B. Johnson's reputation.
Ontario Hubs
Rachel Romu: A Spotlight on Disability
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks with a model who is hoping to change the way people view disability.
The Palace and the Press
The Palace and the Press: Diana vs the Tabloids
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A look at the Princess of Wales' complex relationship with the press, examining the deal she made with newspaper editors after her divorce from Prince Charles where in exchange for privacy she would feed their news desks stories.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
First Ladies
Lady Bird Johnson
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This episode explores the life of Lady Bird Johnson and how she helped soothe the discord in the administration while shaping Lyndon B. Johnson's reputation.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
The Palace and the Press
The Palace and the Press: Diana vs the Tabloids
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A look at the Princess of Wales' complex relationship with the press, examining the deal she made with newspaper editors after her divorce from Prince Charles where in exchange for privacy she would feed their news desks stories.
Victorian Bakers
Ep. 2 - 1870s
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As coal fuels Britain's epic industrial expansion, it is the bakers' bread that feeds its ever-expanding urban workforce.
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, April 26, 2021
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Royal Recipes
Ep. 5 - India and Empire
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Using recipes from the royal archive, chef Paul Ainsworth cooks quail and potato curry, said to be a favourite of Queen Victoria.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
repeat
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 13
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A huge storm blows an unusual patient off-course and straight into Hope for Wildlife. Not even international boundaries can keep Hope from returning him to his home.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
new
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
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Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei is a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics.
Brilliant Ideas
Haroon Mirza
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London-based artist Haroon Mirza is at the forefront of sound and installation art. Each element of Haroon's work interacts and produces provocative sounds. Haroon explores profound themes of science, culture and religion.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
repeat
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
repeat
dv
Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei is a dissident for the digital age who inspires global audiences and blurs the boundaries of art and politics.
Brilliant Ideas
Haroon Mirza
repeat
London-based artist Haroon Mirza is at the forefront of sound and installation art. Each element of Haroon's work interacts and produces provocative sounds. Haroon explores profound themes of science, culture and religion.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 13
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dv
A huge storm blows an unusual patient off-course and straight into Hope for Wildlife. Not even international boundaries can keep Hope from returning him to his home.
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, April 27, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Hope for Wildlife Series 2
Hope for Wildlife - Episode 13
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dv
A huge storm blows an unusual patient off-course and straight into Hope for Wildlife. Not even international boundaries can keep Hope from returning him to his home.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
repeat
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Impossible Railways
Ep. 5 - Reaching New Heights
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Mountains are one of the greatest challenges a railway can face. This episode investigates the solutions that have made these tough climbs possible.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
new
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 3
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould look into whether a small watercolour sketch could be by the British 20th-century sculptor Henry Moore.
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 3
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Michael Mosley finds out if eating carbs in the evening is bad for you, and tests whether beetroot can give your body and brain a boost. GP Zoe Williams investigates a condition that leaves millions of us with painfully cold fingers.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
repeat
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Fake or Fortune Series 7
Fake or Fortune Series 7 - Episode 3
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Art detectives Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould look into whether a small watercolour sketch could be by the British 20th-century sculptor Henry Moore.
Trust Me, I'm A Doctor
Trust Me, I'm a Doctor - series 7 - ep 3
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Michael Mosley finds out if eating carbs in the evening is bad for you, and tests whether beetroot can give your body and brain a boost. GP Zoe Williams investigates a condition that leaves millions of us with painfully cold fingers.
Ontario Hubs
Rachel Romu: A Spotlight on Disability
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks with a model who is hoping to change the way people view disability.
Impossible Railways
Ep. 5 - Reaching New Heights
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Mountains are one of the greatest challenges a railway can face. This episode investigates the solutions that have made these tough climbs possible.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Striking Balance
Ep. 3 - Mont Saint-Hilaire
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The old-growth forest and pristine lake of Quebec's Mont Saint-Hilaire are cherished by nearby communities.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 3
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This episode explores four families of penguins facing different challenges as they raise their chicks.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
new
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Beijing Billionaires
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This documentary takes a revealing look at members of China's super-rich elite who have made their home in Britain or spend a lot of time there.
Edna's Bloodline
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An Inuk politician and a Swedish author trace the adventures of their shared ancestor, Petter Norberg, in the western Arctic.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Beijing Billionaires
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This documentary takes a revealing look at members of China's super-rich elite who have made their home in Britain or spend a lot of time there.
Edna's Bloodline
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An Inuk politician and a Swedish author trace the adventures of their shared ancestor, Petter Norberg, in the western Arctic.
Wild New Zealand
Wild New Zealand - Episode 3
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This episode explores four families of penguins facing different challenges as they raise their chicks.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, April 29, 2021
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Strange and Familiar: Architecture on Fogo Island
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Architect Todd Saunders' sculpture-like artist studios perch on the rocky shores of Fogo Island.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
The Cook Who Changed Our Lives
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Nigella Lawson leads a tribute to food writer Anna Del Conte, who helped transform Britain's understanding and appreciation of Italian cooking.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
new
Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 12 - The Dear Departed
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A recently released killer is found murdered; a woman posing as a widow tries to bury a coffin filled with money.
Atikokan Calming Project
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Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
Princess Anne at 70
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A landmark portrait of Princess Anne - the hugely popular royal who refused to follow the script. Exclusive access to the Princess and her family reveals a quick-witted mother, grandmother, Olympian and Nobel nominee who shows no sign of slowing down
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
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Daily current affairs show offering in-depth analysis and intelligent debate on issues of concern in the rapidly changing world around us.
Heartbeat
Heartbeat - episode 12 - The Dear Departed
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A recently released killer is found murdered; a woman posing as a widow tries to bury a coffin filled with money.
Princess Anne at 70
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A landmark portrait of Princess Anne - the hugely popular royal who refused to follow the script. Exclusive access to the Princess and her family reveals a quick-witted mother, grandmother, Olympian and Nobel nominee who shows no sign of slowing down
The Cook Who Changed Our Lives
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Nigella Lawson leads a tribute to food writer Anna Del Conte, who helped transform Britain's understanding and appreciation of Italian cooking.
Jimmy's Australian Food Adventure
Ep. 4 - Innovations
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Jimmy Doherty explores how new thinking has transformed Australia's food scene, and turns cowboy for a day in the Northern Territory.
Walls to Bridges
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Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
Apocalypse: World War I
Ep. 4 - Rage
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1917: People have had enough of the war. Uprisings are brewing, like the one that toppled the czar in Russia.