May 2019 Primetime Schedule
Impossible Engineering
Ep. 12 - Fast- Five Hundred Metre Aperture
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The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope, or FAST, is the largest and most sophisticated radio telescope on the planet.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Under Water; Changing Toronto's Governing Power
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The Agenda examines how well parts of the province are coping with dangerously high water levels. Then, should Toronto get to govern itself apart from the rest of the province and have a more influential say over its affairs?
Art and Craft
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As one of the most prolific art forgers in U.S. history, Mark Landis was behind a decades-long ruse that duped a staggering list of institutions.
Brilliant Ideas
Painting Beyond Painting: Ellen Gallagher
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Ellen Gallagher has become known for her politically charged paintings, collages and films about African-American history.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Under Water; Changing Toronto's Governing Power
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The Agenda examines how well parts of the province are coping with dangerously high water levels. Then, should Toronto get to govern itself apart from the rest of the province and have a more influential say over its affairs?
Art and Craft
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As one of the most prolific art forgers in U.S. history, Mark Landis was behind a decades-long ruse that duped a staggering list of institutions.
Brilliant Ideas
Painting Beyond Painting: Ellen Gallagher
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Ellen Gallagher has become known for her politically charged paintings, collages and films about African-American history.
Impossible Engineering
Ep. 10 -The Perdido Oil Rig
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In a remote part of the Gulf of Mexico, nearly 200 miles from the Texas shore and rising 30 stories out of the sea lies the floating oil platform of Perdido.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, May 1, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today
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.
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.
NFB Shorts
Hungu
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Under the African sun, a child walks in the desert with his kin. Death is prowling.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Under Water; Changing Toronto's Governing Power
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The Agenda examines how well parts of the province are coping with dangerously high water levels. Then, should Toronto get to govern itself apart from the rest of the province and have a more influential say over its affairs?
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 1 - Going It Alone
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Some of the natural world's incredible single parents display devotion and jaw-dropping endeavour to see their offspring through to adulthood.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Cancon in the Digital Age; A Wild Horse Looks Back
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Are foreign streaming companies like Netflix contributing their fair share to help produce Canadian content and culture? Then, singer-songwriter Gino Vannelli on the changes he's seen in the music industry since he hit the scene in the 1970s.
The Truth About Sleep
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Insomniac Dr. Michael Mosley finds out what happens if people don't get enough sleep, and looks at surprising solutions to help us get more.
Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders
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A tale of life on the Zambezi River, set against the epic backdrop of Victoria Falls.
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
Cancon in the Digital Age; A Wild Horse Looks Back
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Are foreign streaming companies like Netflix contributing their fair share to help produce Canadian content and culture? Then, singer-songwriter Gino Vannelli on the changes he's seen in the music industry since he hit the scene in the 1970s.
The Truth About Sleep
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Insomniac Dr. Michael Mosley finds out what happens if people don't get enough sleep, and looks at surprising solutions to help us get more.
Victoria Falls: The Smoke That Thunders
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A tale of life on the Zambezi River, set against the epic backdrop of Victoria Falls.
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 1 - Going It Alone
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Some of the natural world's incredible single parents display devotion and jaw-dropping endeavour to see their offspring through to adulthood.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, May 2, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
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.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Cancon in the Digital Age; A Wild Horse Looks Back
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Are foreign streaming companies like Netflix contributing their fair share to help produce Canadian content and culture? Then, singer-songwriter Gino Vannelli on the changes he's seen in the music industry since he hit the scene in the 1970s.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 4 - Hawkes Bay
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Historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver tackles a coastal sport like no other and encounters one of the world's great survivors at an exclusive haven for vulnerable species.
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
Mental Health on Campus; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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The Agenda examines how issues of student mental health are being addressed on campuses across Ontario. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 11 - A Gentleman's Sport
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Blaketon is star-struck when a cricketing legend checks in at the pub, but his illusions might be shattered.
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.
Borgen
Ep. 10 - An Extraordinary Remark
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In the season finale, Birgitte Nyborg is on leave from her post as prime minister to focus on family.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Mental Health on Campus; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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The Agenda examines how issues of student mental health are being addressed on campuses across Ontario. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 11 - A Gentleman's Sport
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Blaketon is star-struck when a cricketing legend checks in at the pub, but his illusions might be shattered.
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.
Borgen
Ep. 10 - An Extraordinary Remark
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In the season finale, Birgitte Nyborg is on leave from her post as prime minister to focus on family.
Janis: Little Girl Blue
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Amy Berg's documentary excavates offers fresh insight into the mighty talent of singer-songwriter Janis Joplin, who died at 27 of an overdose in 1970.
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.
Church Conversions
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Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explores new community uses for old Ontario churches.
National Geographic
Ep. 1 - Life on the Reef
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Tourists flock from all over the world to visit the Great Barrier Reef in winter and enjoy the perfect weather.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 5 - Christchurch
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Scottish historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver investigates the origins of the New Zealand accent.
Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum
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This film captures the intimate and previously undocumented encounter between the photojournalists of the Magnum agency and the world of cinema.
Conflict
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Six of the world's best conflict photographers take us behind the lens and into their lives.
Mugshot
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"Mugshot" explores the bewildering world of mugshots and examines their cultural significance and value to contemporary society.
National Geographic
Ep. 1 - Life on the Reef
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Tourists flock from all over the world to visit the Great Barrier Reef in winter and enjoy the perfect weather.
Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum
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This film captures the intimate and previously undocumented encounter between the photojournalists of the Magnum agency and the world of cinema.
Conflict
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Six of the world's best conflict photographers take us behind the lens and into their lives.
Mugshot
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"Mugshot" explores the bewildering world of mugshots and examines their cultural significance and value to contemporary society.
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.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Oceans
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Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan travels to one of the remotest reefs on earth.
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.
Striking Balance
Ep. 6 - Redberry Lake
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Students conduct social and scientific experiments at Redberry, a salt lake at the heart of a shrinking Saskatchewan community.
The Greatest Party On Earth
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In 1971, a lavish party thrown by the Shah of Iran to celebrate 2,500 years of the Persian monarchy instead laid the seeds for its downfall.
Beautifully Broken: The Life and Work of Rafael Goldchain
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This film documents the connection between the Canadian photographer's life and his body of work.
Oil Sands Karaoke
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Five oilsands workers in Fort McMurray, Alta., strive to make a better life for themselves and find escape through a karaoke contest.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Oceans
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Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan travels to one of the remotest reefs on earth.
Striking Balance
Ep. 6 - Redberry Lake
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Students conduct social and scientific experiments at Redberry, a salt lake at the heart of a shrinking Saskatchewan community.
The Greatest Party On Earth
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In 1971, a lavish party thrown by the Shah of Iran to celebrate 2,500 years of the Persian monarchy instead laid the seeds for its downfall.
Beautifully Broken: The Life and Work of Rafael Goldchain
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This film documents the connection between the Canadian photographer's life and his body of work.
Oil Sands Karaoke
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Five oilsands workers in Fort McMurray, Alta., strive to make a better life for themselves and find escape through a karaoke contest.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Mental Health on Campus; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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The Agenda examines how issues of student mental health are being addressed on campuses across Ontario. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Time Team
Ep. 3 - A Capital Hill
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Time Team investigate Caerau Hillfort, a huge hill near Cardiff that may be immensely significant; is it the long-lost Iron Age capital of South Wales?
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A New Epidemic; Incenting Wellness
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The Agenda discusses the prevalance of benzodiazepine and its role in opioid deaths. Then, Steve Paikin talks to the creator of the Carrot Rewards wellness app.
Queen of the World
Episode 1
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Filmed with privileged access to The Queen, her family, her staff and her residences, this landmark documentary tells the story of how the Commonwealth has been a central focus and passion throughout Her Majesty's life.
The Fruit Machine
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Survivors of a decades-long homosexual witch-hunt recount their personal stories of dedication and betrayal at the hands of the Canadian government.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A New Epidemic; Incenting Wellness
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The Agenda discusses the prevalance of benzodiazepine and its role in opioid deaths. Then, Steve Paikin talks to the creator of the Carrot Rewards wellness app.
Queen of the World
Episode 1
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Filmed with privileged access to The Queen, her family, her staff and her residences, this landmark documentary tells the story of how the Commonwealth has been a central focus and passion throughout Her Majesty's life.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
The Fruit Machine
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Survivors of a decades-long homosexual witch-hunt recount their personal stories of dedication and betrayal at the hands of the Canadian government.
Time Team
Ep. 3 - A Capital Hill
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Time Team investigate Caerau Hillfort, a huge hill near Cardiff that may be immensely significant; is it the long-lost Iron Age capital of South Wales?
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.
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, May 6, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - The Taj Mahal
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Could the Taj Mahal be in imminent danger? Critics insist that one of the world's grandest works of architecture is at risk of collapsing.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A New Epidemic; Incenting Wellness
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The Agenda discusses the prevalance of benzodiazepine and its role in opioid deaths. Then, Steve Paikin talks to the creator of the Carrot Rewards wellness app.
City Wildlife Rescue
Ep. 9
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The medical team tries desperately to save an opossums badly injured toe. But once in surgery it looks like an amputation is the only viable solution.
City Wildlife Rescue
Ep. 10
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It's the end of summer and that means baby cedar wax wings fill the aviaries at and the rehabilitation team is working around the clock to keep up with their feeding demands.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Sweeping Changes to Public Health
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The Agenda discusses the effects of changes to public health in Ontario.
The Trial of Ratko Mladic
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On the 22nd of November 2017, the Bosnian Serb General, Ratko Mladic, was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal For The Former Yugoslavia in The Hague and sentenced to life in prison
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 Agenda with Steve Paikin
Sweeping Changes to Public Health
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The Agenda discusses the effects of changes to public health in Ontario.
The Trial of Ratko Mladic
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On the 22nd of November 2017, the Bosnian Serb General, Ratko Mladic, was found guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity at the International Criminal Tribunal For The Former Yugoslavia in The Hague and sentenced to life in prison
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.
City Wildlife Rescue
Ep. 9
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The medical team tries desperately to save an opossums badly injured toe. But once in surgery it looks like an amputation is the only viable solution.
City Wildlife Rescue
Ep. 10
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It's the end of summer and that means baby cedar wax wings fill the aviaries at and the rehabilitation team is working around the clock to keep up with their feeding demands.
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, May 7, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Versailles
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The Palace of Versailles is a masterpiece of architecture and craftsmanship waging a constant battle against the ravages of time and tourism.
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Versailles
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The Palace of Versailles is a masterpiece of architecture and craftsmanship waging a constant battle against the ravages of time and tourism.
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Versailles
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The Palace of Versailles is a masterpiece of architecture and craftsmanship waging a constant battle against the ravages of time and tourism.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Sweeping Changes to Public Health
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The Agenda discusses the effects of changes to public health in Ontario.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 1 - Breaking Ground
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A gin company in England transforms a rundown Victorian paper mill into a distillery.
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
Creating Top Performing Athletes; An NHL Trailblazer
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The Agenda examines what it takes to become a top-performing athlete. Then, director of the new documentary, "Willie," discusses Willie O'Ree's life as the first Black NHL player.
Holbein: Eye of the Tudors
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Waldemar Januszczak looks at the life and work of Hans Holbein, renowned for capturing movers and shakers of the time as Henry VIII's court painter.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: The Age of Aging
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To enhance our quality of life, pioneering researchers are trying to extend the healthy years of our lifespan.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Creating Top Performing Athletes; An NHL Trailblazer
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The Agenda examines what it takes to become a top-performing athlete. Then, director of the new documentary, "Willie," discusses Willie O'Ree's life as the first Black NHL player.
Holbein: Eye of the Tudors
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Waldemar Januszczak looks at the life and work of Hans Holbein, renowned for capturing movers and shakers of the time as Henry VIII's court painter.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: The Age of Aging
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To enhance our quality of life, pioneering researchers are trying to extend the healthy years of our lifespan.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 1 - Breaking Ground
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A gin company in England transforms a rundown Victorian paper mill into a distillery.
Church Conversions
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Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explores new community uses for old Ontario churches.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, May 8, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Borobodur
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The battle is on to beat back the forces that threaten to destroy Indonesia's most-visited monument.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Creating Top Performing Athletes; An NHL Trailblazer
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The Agenda examines what it takes to become a top-performing athlete. Then, director of the new documentary, "Willie," discusses Willie O'Ree's life as the first Black NHL player.
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 2 - It Takes Two
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It may take two to make a baby, but not necessarily to bring one up. What makes a parent decide to stay or go, especially if that parent is a dad?
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Musical for the Times; The Case for a Basic Income
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The Agenda discusses why the play, "Dear Evan Hansen," is popular with young people. Then, health economist Evelyn Forget talks about the loss of Ontario's basic income pilot. And, Karen Stintz on the key to getting your voice heard in politics.
The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On
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Actor Stephen Fry follows up his 2006 documentary about living with bipolar disorder by examining how awareness of mental health has changed.
Attenborough and the Giant Egg
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After 50 years, David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a personal quest.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Musical for the Times; The Case for a Basic Income
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The Agenda discusses why the play, "Dear Evan Hansen," is popular with young people. Then, health economist Evelyn Forget talks about the loss of Ontario's basic income pilot. And, Karen Stintz on the key to getting your voice heard in politics.
The Not So Secret Life of the Manic Depressive: 10 Years On
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Actor Stephen Fry follows up his 2006 documentary about living with bipolar disorder by examining how awareness of mental health has changed.
Attenborough and the Giant Egg
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After 50 years, David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a personal quest.
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 2 - It Takes Two
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It may take two to make a baby, but not necessarily to bring one up. What makes a parent decide to stay or go, especially if that parent is a dad?
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, May 9, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Cappadocia
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In remote central Turkey, a museum director battles both manmade and natural erosion to protect a geological wonderland and its hidden treasures.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Musical for the Times; The Case for a Basic Income
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The Agenda discusses why the play, "Dear Evan Hansen," is popular with young people. Then, health economist Evelyn Forget talks about the loss of Ontario's basic income pilot. And, Karen Stintz on the key to getting your voice heard in politics.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 5 - Christchurch
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Scottish historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver investigates the origins of the New Zealand accent.
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
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 12 - Closing the Book
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After an elderly man dies, Mike finds plans for a number of serious crimes among his possessions - including an armed raid on the Ashfordly Bank.
Borgen
Ep. 1 - A Child of Denmark
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Having left politics and now divorced, Birgitte Nyborg is a lecturer and board member of a corporation.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 12 - Closing the Book
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14+
After an elderly man dies, Mike finds plans for a number of serious crimes among his possessions - including an armed raid on the Ashfordly Bank.
Borgen
Ep. 1 - A Child of Denmark
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Having left politics and now divorced, Birgitte Nyborg is a lecturer and board member of a corporation.
Occupied
Ep. 1 - April
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Norwegian Prime Minister Jesper Berg refuses to cancel an oil shutdown, setting off a chain of events.
Occupied
Ep. 2 - May
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Prime Minister Jesper Berg assures journalist Thomas Eriksen that the Russian presence is by no means an occupation.
Occupied
Ep. 3 - June
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The prime minister is under pressure for a date for Russia's withdrawal from Norway.
Occupied
Ep. 4 - July
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A resistance movement called Free Norway demands favourable coverage from journalist Thomas Eriksen.
National Geographic
Ep. 2 - Life on the Reef
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Spring is in the air and the Great Barrier Reef is about to explode with new life.
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.
Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning
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Photographer Dorothea Lange left her portrait studio in 1933 to go into the streets of America to document the effects of the Great Depression.
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
Ep. 2 - Life on the Reef
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Spring is in the air and the Great Barrier Reef is about to explode with new life.
Dorothea Lange: Grab a Hunk of Lightning
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Photographer Dorothea Lange left her portrait studio in 1933 to go into the streets of America to document the effects of the Great Depression.
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.
Occupied
Ep. 5 - August
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A few days remain before the Russians are to pull out and the preparations for them to leave the country are taking place at all levels.
NFB Shorts
Flawed
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From Andrea Dorfman's vivid imagination, "Flawed" is a charming little film about attraction, self-esteem and the uneasy possibility of love.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Water
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Conservation scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan explores humankind's relationship with our most important resource: water.
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.
Striking Balance
Ep. 7 - Fundy
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The Inner Bay of Fundy's population of Atlantic salmon is teetering on the edge of extinction, but people are determined to bring it back.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
The Apology
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A group of former wartime comfort women, now in their 80s and 90s, fight for a formal apology from Japan.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Water
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Conservation scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan explores humankind's relationship with our most important resource: water.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Striking Balance
Ep. 7 - Fundy
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The Inner Bay of Fundy's population of Atlantic salmon is teetering on the edge of extinction, but people are determined to bring it back.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
The Apology
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A group of former wartime comfort women, now in their 80s and 90s, fight for a formal apology from Japan.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Time Team
Ep. 4 - Henham's Lost Mansions
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Tony and the Team help Hektor Rous, the son of 'Aussie Earl' Keith Rous, piece together the mysterious history of the family's Tudor country home in Suffolk.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Child Care and Protection in Ontario; Rescuing Animals
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The Agenda discusses child protection and daycare in Ontario. Then, Eric and Dana Margolis talk about their work rescuing animals in distress.
Queen of the World
Episode 2
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As the family and world leaders discuss the importance of the Commonwealth to The Queen, the film documents the ways she passes her knowledge and experience to the younger generations.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 1 - Reinventing Russia
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The Romanovs' 300-year reign began in 1613, when a 16-year-old was plucked from obscurity and offered the crown.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Child Care and Protection in Ontario; Rescuing Animals
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The Agenda discusses child protection and daycare in Ontario. Then, Eric and Dana Margolis talk about their work rescuing animals in distress.
Queen of the World
Episode 2
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As the family and world leaders discuss the importance of the Commonwealth to The Queen, the film documents the ways she passes her knowledge and experience to the younger generations.
Atikokan Calming Project
repeat
Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 1 - Reinventing Russia
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The Romanovs' 300-year reign began in 1613, when a 16-year-old was plucked from obscurity and offered the crown.
Time Team
Ep. 4 - Henham's Lost Mansions
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Tony and the Team help Hektor Rous, the son of 'Aussie Earl' Keith Rous, piece together the mysterious history of the family's Tudor country home in Suffolk.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, May 13, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Great Barrier Reef
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Marine conservationists give 360-degree access to their efforts to save the beauty and life of the Great Barrier Reef off northeastern Australia.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Child Care and Protection in Ontario; Rescuing Animals
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The Agenda discusses child protection and daycare in Ontario. Then, Eric and Dana Margolis talk about their work rescuing animals in distress.
City Wildlife Rescue
City Wildlife Rescue - Ep. 11
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Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue crew help a red tailed hawk and an injured squirrel.
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.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
The View from Down Under; Leaving the Liberal Party Behind
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Kevin Rudd, Australia's former prime minister discusses the country's place in the world. Then, former MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about why she's not running in the fall federal election. And, Liam Dwyer talks about Canada's view of seniors.
The Invisible Heart
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The Invisible Heart tracks the birth of a new financial market that promises to solve society's most complex problems. An unorthodox marriage between capitalism and charity, Social Impact Bonds pay private investors a profit to fund social services.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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dv
Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
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
The View from Down Under; Leaving the Liberal Party Behind
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Kevin Rudd, Australia's former prime minister discusses the country's place in the world. Then, former MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about why she's not running in the fall federal election. And, Liam Dwyer talks about Canada's view of seniors.
The Invisible Heart
repeat
dv
The Invisible Heart tracks the birth of a new financial market that promises to solve society's most complex problems. An unorthodox marriage between capitalism and charity, Social Impact Bonds pay private investors a profit to fund social services.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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dv
Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
City Wildlife Rescue
City Wildlife Rescue - Ep. 11
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Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue crew help a red tailed hawk and an injured squirrel.
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.
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, May 14, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Kilimanjaro
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In Tanzania, one of the world's most iconic mountains is on the verge of catastrophe.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
The View from Down Under; Leaving the Liberal Party Behind
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Kevin Rudd, Australia's former prime minister discusses the country's place in the world. Then, former MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes talks about why she's not running in the fall federal election. And, Liam Dwyer talks about Canada's view of seniors.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 2 - Flood of Tears
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Civil engineers struggle to overcome floods and blocked pipes in their effort to lay the foundations.
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
Ontario's Alcohol Rules; Ontario's Liquor History
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The Agenda discusses the past and future of alcohol rules in Ontario.
Raghu Rai: An Unframed Portrait
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A documentary portrait of Magnum photojournalist Raghu Rai and his 50-year journey capturing the history of India as it unfolds.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: More than Human
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Chances are you either know, or you are, a cyborg: a person who is aided or enhanced by embedded technology.
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
Ontario's Alcohol Rules; Ontario's Liquor History
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The Agenda discusses the past and future of alcohol rules in Ontario.
Raghu Rai: An Unframed Portrait
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A documentary portrait of Magnum photojournalist Raghu Rai and his 50-year journey capturing the history of India as it unfolds.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: More than Human
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Chances are you either know, or you are, a cyborg: a person who is aided or enhanced by embedded technology.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 2 - Flood of Tears
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Civil engineers struggle to overcome floods and blocked pipes in their effort to lay the foundations.
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.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Kyoto
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Rapid modernization has decimated the traditional cityscape of Kyoto and threatens age-old cultural practices.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario's Alcohol Rules; Ontario's Liquor History
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The Agenda discusses the past and future of alcohol rules in Ontario.
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 3 - Lending a Hand
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For most species that live in groups, living together means dividing the labour.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Life Dedicated to Social Justice; The Future of the NDP
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The Agenda welcomes former NDP MP Libby Davies to discuss her life in public service. Then, what does the future hold for the federal NDP?
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 1 - Help Me Adapt
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To prove he can become more adaptable, Todd Sampson is challenged to climb a 120-metre rockface while blindfolded.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Life Dedicated to Social Justice; The Future of the NDP
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The Agenda welcomes former NDP MP Libby Davies to discuss her life in public service. Then, what does the future hold for the federal NDP?
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 1
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Rick has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has struggled to find paid employment since graduating high school over 10 years ago
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 1 - Help Me Adapt
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To prove he can become more adaptable, Todd Sampson is challenged to climb a 120-metre rockface while blindfolded.
Animal Super Parents
Ep. 3 - Lending a Hand
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For most species that live in groups, living together means dividing the labour.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, May 16, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
National Geographic
Orangutan Rescue
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Orphaned orangutans in Borneo learn vital skills in order to be able to return to the forest.
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 Life Dedicated to Social Justice; The Future of the NDP
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The Agenda welcomes former NDP MP Libby Davies to discuss her life in public service. Then, what does the future hold for the federal NDP?
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.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Steve Paikin talks to Tony Clement about his future amid scandals. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 13 - The Leopard's Spots
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14+
The new sergeant arrives at Ashfordly Police Station under a cloud after his demotion from the Criminal Investigation Department.
Borgen
Ep. 2 - The Land is Built on Law
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14+
Birgitte Nyborg assembles the founding members of her New Democratic party.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Steve Paikin talks to Tony Clement about his future amid scandals. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 13 - The Leopard's Spots
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14+
The new sergeant arrives at Ashfordly Police Station under a cloud after his demotion from the Criminal Investigation Department.
Borgen
Ep. 2 - The Land is Built on Law
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14+
Birgitte Nyborg assembles the founding members of her New Democratic party.
National Geographic
Dawn of Humanity
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Two cavers' discovery in South Africa of bones nearly two million years old may help fill in a crucial gap in humanity's fossil record.
National Geographic
Shark Kill Zone
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They may be the ocean's top predators but sharks still face great challenges in grabbing a meal.
Church Conversions
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Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan explores new community uses for old Ontario churches.
National Geographic
Ep. 3 - Life on the Reef
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It's summer, and tens of thousands of tiny turtles emerge from the sand to begin their epic battle to survive.
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
Ballet Boys
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A coming-of-age story about three young Norwegian friends who love to dance - but do they have what it takes to be the best?
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.
Waterlilies
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In their sixties, seven women have decided to learn how to swim. Out of their comfort zone, they reveal what drives them to keep striving for more.
The Defector: Escape From North Korea
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Two North Korean defectors place their trust in Dragon, a human smuggler who promises them safe passage out of China.
National Geographic
Ep. 3 - Life on the Reef
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It's summer, and tens of thousands of tiny turtles emerge from the sand to begin their epic battle to survive.
Ballet Boys
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A coming-of-age story about three young Norwegian friends who love to dance - but do they have what it takes to be the best?
NFB Shorts
Wild Life
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This Oscar®-nominated animated short tells the story of a dapper young remittance man who is sent from England to Alberta to attempt ranching in 1909.
Waterlilies
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In their sixties, seven women have decided to learn how to swim. Out of their comfort zone, they reveal what drives them to keep striving for more.
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 Defector: Escape From North Korea
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Two North Korean defectors place their trust in Dragon, a human smuggler who promises them safe passage out of China.
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - The Amazon
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Braving an unforgiving jungle and extreme weather, a team of four courageous people have devoted their lives to protecting this corner of rainforest.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Home
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In Bangladesh, every week on average, someone is killed by a tiger. Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan surveys tiger territory.
Striking Balance
Ep. 8 - Waterton
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Grizzlies are increasingly protected in Alberta, challenging the ranchers of the Waterton Biosphere Reserve to find new ways to coexist with them.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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dv
Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
The Invisible Heart
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The Invisible Heart tracks the birth of a new financial market that promises to solve society's most complex problems. An unorthodox marriage between capitalism and charity, Social Impact Bonds pay private investors a profit to fund social services.
Random Acts of Legacy
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Using a trove of rare home movies, director Ali Kazimi crafts a moving memoir of a Chinese-American family in the post-war U.S. Midwest.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Home
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In Bangladesh, every week on average, someone is killed by a tiger. Scientist Dr. M. Sanjayan surveys tiger territory.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Striking Balance
Ep. 8 - Waterton
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Grizzlies are increasingly protected in Alberta, challenging the ranchers of the Waterton Biosphere Reserve to find new ways to coexist with them.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
The Invisible Heart
repeat
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The Invisible Heart tracks the birth of a new financial market that promises to solve society's most complex problems. An unorthodox marriage between capitalism and charity, Social Impact Bonds pay private investors a profit to fund social services.
Random Acts of Legacy
repeat
Using a trove of rare home movies, director Ali Kazimi crafts a moving memoir of a Chinese-American family in the post-war U.S. Midwest.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Steve Paikin talks to Tony Clement about his future amid scandals. Then, Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Time Team
Ep. 5 - Warriors
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Tony and the team work with veterans of the war in Afghanistan, investigating the ancient Barrow Clump on Salisbury Plain
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Disappearing Insects; The Most Hated Fish
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The Agenda looks at the causes of the so-called insect apocalypse. Then, how conservationists are battled invasive Asian carp in the Great Lakes.
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal - ep 1
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Princess Margaret, whose life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed Britain during the 20th century.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 2 - Age of Extremes
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Historian Lucy Worsley examines the extraordinary reign of Catherine the Great and the traumatic conflict with Napoleonic France.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Disappearing Insects; The Most Hated Fish
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The Agenda looks at the causes of the so-called insect apocalypse. Then, how conservationists are battled invasive Asian carp in the Great Lakes.
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal - ep 1
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Princess Margaret, whose life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed Britain during the 20th century.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 2 - Age of Extremes
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Historian Lucy Worsley examines the extraordinary reign of Catherine the Great and the traumatic conflict with Napoleonic France.
Time Team
Ep. 5 - Warriors
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Tony and the team work with veterans of the war in Afghanistan, investigating the ancient Barrow Clump on Salisbury Plain
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.
National Geographic
Mission Pluto
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Three billion miles away a spacecraft speeds through the outer solar system at nearly 1,000 miles per minute.
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.
Occupied
Ep. 6 - September
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14+
Norway repairs the gas lines after a bombing but the EU says the time isn't right for a Russian withdrawal.
NFB Shorts
Flawed
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From Andrea Dorfman's vivid imagination, "Flawed" is a charming little film about attraction, self-esteem and the uneasy possibility of love.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Disappearing Insects; The Most Hated Fish
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The Agenda looks at the causes of the so-called insect apocalypse. Then, how conservationists are battled invasive Asian carp in the Great Lakes.
Arctic Secrets
Ep. 1 - Land of Extremes
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Take a fascinating look into the Arctic seasons and the impact that rising sea levels have on local wildlife.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Female Premiers' Short Tenures; A Candid Politician
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The Agenda looks at the challenges of women in politics. Then, George Smitherman discusses his career in Ontario politics.
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.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
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
Female Premiers' Short Tenures; A Candid Politician
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The Agenda looks at the challenges of women in politics. Then, George Smitherman discusses his career in Ontario politics.
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.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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dv
Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
Arctic Secrets
Ep. 1 - Land of Extremes
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Take a fascinating look into the Arctic seasons and the impact that rising sea levels have on local wildlife.
National Geographic
Ep. 1 - Life on the Reef
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Tourists flock from all over the world to visit the Great Barrier Reef in winter and enjoy the perfect weather.
Occupied
Ep. 7 - October
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14+
Jesper Berg has won the referendum, but the Russians show no signs of leaving the country.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Female Premiers' Short Tenures; A Candid Politician
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The Agenda looks at the challenges of women in politics. Then, George Smitherman discusses his career in Ontario politics.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 3 - Building the Impossible
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Delays pile up in the final chapter of this struggle to turn a 19th-century mill into a state-of-the-art gin distillery.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rescuing Holocaust Survivors; A Reckoning with History
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The Agenda discusses Jewish tailors coming to Canada from Europe in the Second World War. Then, illustrator Nora Krug discusses uncovering her family's participation in the Second World War.
Stronger Than a Bullet
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Photojournalist Saeid Sadeghi, who documented the Iran-Iraq War from 1980 to 1988, searches for survivors as he struggles with remorse.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: Decoding the Brain
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The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rescuing Holocaust Survivors; A Reckoning with History
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The Agenda discusses Jewish tailors coming to Canada from Europe in the Second World War. Then, illustrator Nora Krug discusses uncovering her family's participation in the Second World War.
Stronger Than a Bullet
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Photojournalist Saeid Sadeghi, who documented the Iran-Iraq War from 1980 to 1988, searches for survivors as he struggles with remorse.
National Geographic
Breakthrough: Decoding the Brain
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The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe.
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.
National Geographic
Laverstoke Distillery: Ep. 3 - Building the Impossible
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Delays pile up in the final chapter of this struggle to turn a 19th-century mill into a state-of-the-art gin distillery.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
National Geographic
Ep. 2 - Life on the Reef
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Spring is in the air and the Great Barrier Reef is about to explode with new life.
Occupied
Ep. 8 - November
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14+
Jesper Berg understands that he is not getting anywhere with the EU and initiates police action to get the Russians out of the country.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rescuing Holocaust Survivors; A Reckoning with History
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The Agenda discusses Jewish tailors coming to Canada from Europe in the Second World War. Then, illustrator Nora Krug discusses uncovering her family's participation in the Second World War.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 1 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog travel from the most northerly farm on mainland Wales to the hamlet of Nantmor in Snowdonia.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 2 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog travel from southern Snowdonia to one of the least-populated areas in the United Kingdom.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rebalancing Opportunity in the GTA; Extremism in Canada
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The Agenda examines barriers to success in the GTA. Then, looking at the rising tensions fuelling white nationalism in Canada.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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dv
Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 2 - Sharpen My Senses
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Todd Sampson puts brain plasticity to the test, honing his sight, hearing and touch to try to crack a safe.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rebalancing Opportunity in the GTA; Extremism in Canada
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The Agenda examines barriers to success in the GTA. Then, looking at the rising tensions fuelling white nationalism in Canada.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 2
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dv
Jack, a film fanatic and aspiring director, has Asperger's Syndrome and struggles in social settings.
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 2 - Sharpen My Senses
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Todd Sampson puts brain plasticity to the test, honing his sight, hearing and touch to try to crack a safe.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 1 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog travel from the most northerly farm on mainland Wales to the hamlet of Nantmor in Snowdonia.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 2 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog travel from southern Snowdonia to one of the least-populated areas in the United Kingdom.
Occupied
Ep. 9 - December, Part 1
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14+
Jesper Berg continues as Norway's prime minister from within the U.S. embassy, but the Americans want him gone.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Occupied
Ep. 10 - December, Part 2
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14+
Berg claims the U.S. is supporting the Norwegian side of the conflict, and is removed from the embassy.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Rebalancing Opportunity in the GTA; Extremism in Canada
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The Agenda examines barriers to success in the GTA. Then, looking at the rising tensions fuelling white nationalism in Canada.
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
Walls to Bridges
repeat
Inmates at the Grand Valley Institution for Women gain confidence and earn degrees in mixed classes with undergraduate students.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Father/Son Sports Legacy; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
new
Paul and Dave Beeston discuss their successes in baseball. Then,Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 15 - The Great Ming Mystery
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14+
While Merton and the team are preoccupied with a mysterious VIP, Blaketon is hired to find a priceless Ming artifact stolen from an elderly man.
Borgen
Ep. 3 - The Right Shade of Brown
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14+
The New Democrats attract a mass of volunteers, many with single-issue agendas.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Father/Son Sports Legacy; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
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Paul and Dave Beeston discuss their successes in baseball. Then,Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Heartbeat
Ep. 15 - The Great Ming Mystery
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14+
While Merton and the team are preoccupied with a mysterious VIP, Blaketon is hired to find a priceless Ming artifact stolen from an elderly man.
Borgen
Ep. 3 - The Right Shade of Brown
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14+
The New Democrats attract a mass of volunteers, many with single-issue agendas.
Mozart in London
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Lucy Worsley traces the forgotten story of the young Mozart's adventures in Georgian London.
Up In Arms: How the Gun Lobby is Changing Canada
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A critical look at both sides of the contentious issue of gun ownership and deregulation.
Anti-Social Limited
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A former drug dealer wants to turn his life around by starting a construction business that employs Indigenous people.
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Versailles
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dv
The Palace of Versailles is a masterpiece of architecture and craftsmanship waging a constant battle against the ravages of time and tourism.
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.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 2 - Chatham Islands
new
Neil Oliver visits living Moriori artefacts and Michael Stevens hears about the day the Germans infiltrated the islands' waters during World War 2.
Ontario Hubs
The Future of Beekeeping
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The Agenda discusses the beekeeping program at Niagara College.
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me
repeat
dv
The Memphis-based power-pop band Big Star received massive critical acclaim in the 1970s, but never achieved commercial or mainstream success.
Family Camera
repeat
dv
Through the stories of five exceptional Canadian families, this film explores how photos document our lives and bear witness to history.
National Geographic
Access 360: World Heritage - Versailles
repeat
dv
The Palace of Versailles is a masterpiece of architecture and craftsmanship waging a constant battle against the ravages of time and tourism.
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.
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me
repeat
dv
The Memphis-based power-pop band Big Star received massive critical acclaim in the 1970s, but never achieved commercial or mainstream success.
Family Camera
repeat
dv
Through the stories of five exceptional Canadian families, this film explores how photos document our lives and bear witness to history.
National Geographic
Ep. 3 - Life on the Reef
repeat
dv
It's summer, and tens of thousands of tiny turtles emerge from the sand to begin their epic battle to survive.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Plains
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dv
These wild grasslands, and the iconic species that live there, are among the most endangered on Earth.
Data Mining the Deceased
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The fascination with genealogy and the rise of data-mining are driven by religion, technology and big business.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
new
dv
Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
Atikokan Calming Project
repeat
Ontario Hubs producer Jeyan Jeganathan talks to two passionate teachers in Atikokan who transformed their school into calming place to learn.
15 Reasons To Live
repeat
dv
Explore 15 facets of human experience through stories that reveal how events can change the course of a life.
Grand Trunk: A City Built on Steam
repeat
dv
From 1856 to 1964, Stratford was a railway hub and locomotive repair facility for the Grand Trunk Railway, precursor to the CNR.
National Geographic
Earth: A New Wild - Plains
repeat
dv
These wild grasslands, and the iconic species that live there, are among the most endangered on Earth.
Data Mining the Deceased
repeat
The fascination with genealogy and the rise of data-mining are driven by religion, technology and big business.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
repeat
dv
Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
15 Reasons To Live
repeat
dv
Explore 15 facets of human experience through stories that reveal how events can change the course of a life.
Grand Trunk: A City Built on Steam
repeat
dv
From 1856 to 1964, Stratford was a railway hub and locomotive repair facility for the Grand Trunk Railway, precursor to the CNR.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Father/Son Sports Legacy; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
repeat
Paul and Dave Beeston discuss their successes in baseball. Then,Ontario Hubs journalists discuss stories from around the province. And, The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
Time Team
Ep. 6 - Lost Mines of Lakeland
repeat
Tony and the team make their way to the Lake District on an expedition that takes them both higher and deeper than they've ever been before
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Magic in the Modern Metropolis; Amphibious Architecture
new
The Agenda discuses what makes a city ideal. Then, why leaky sewers are a problem. And, how floating houses could be the answer to flood damage.
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal - ep2
new
Through archive and revealing interviews with those who knew her well, the series follows Margaret's life as she redefined our image of the modern princess.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 3 - The Road to Revolution
repeat
The Romanov family's grip on Russia unravelled in the bloody and traumatic years from 1825 to 1918.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Magic in the Modern Metropolis; Amphibious Architecture
repeat
The Agenda discuses what makes a city ideal. Then, why leaky sewers are a problem. And, how floating houses could be the answer to flood damage.
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal
Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal - ep2
repeat
Through archive and revealing interviews with those who knew her well, the series follows Margaret's life as she redefined our image of the modern princess.
Empire of the Tsars
Ep. 3 - The Road to Revolution
repeat
The Romanov family's grip on Russia unravelled in the bloody and traumatic years from 1825 to 1918.
Time Team
Ep. 6 - Lost Mines of Lakeland
repeat
Tony and the team make their way to the Lake District on an expedition that takes them both higher and deeper than they've ever been before
Question Period
Question Period: Monday, May 27, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
Genius
Genius - Ep. 1
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About 350 years ago, a small group of friends, colleagues and rivals defied everything that was known about the world at that time.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Magic in the Modern Metropolis; Amphibious Architecture
repeat
The Agenda discuses what makes a city ideal. Then, why leaky sewers are a problem. And, how floating houses could be the answer to flood damage.
Arctic Secrets
Ep. 2 - Devon Island: Land of Ice
repeat
dv
Devon Island in Nunavut is the largest uninhabited island in the world - and with good reason.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Great Lakes Refuge; Climate-Change Financial Risks
new
The Agenda learns the basics of climate change. Then, how the Great Lakes region could become a climate-change refuge. And, a look at the financial risks of climate change.
Exit - leaving Extremism Behind
new
dv
Through intimate conversations with former violent extremists director Karen Winther asks: What prompted their decision to leave?
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
repeat
dv
Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Great Lakes Refuge; Climate-Change Financial Risks
repeat
The Agenda learns the basics of climate change. Then, how the Great Lakes region could become a climate-change refuge. And, a look at the financial risks of climate change.
Exit - leaving Extremism Behind
repeat
dv
Through intimate conversations with former violent extremists director Karen Winther asks: What prompted their decision to leave?
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
repeat
dv
Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
Arctic Secrets
Ep. 2 - Devon Island: Land of Ice
repeat
dv
Devon Island in Nunavut is the largest uninhabited island in the world - and with good reason.
Question Period
Question Period: Tuesday, May 28, 2019
new
Discussions at Queen's Park today
Genius
Genius - Ep. 2
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This episode looks at the scientific spark that ignited the Industrial Revolution in Britain.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Great Lakes Refuge; Climate-Change Financial Risks
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The Agenda learns the basics of climate change. Then, how the Great Lakes region could become a climate-change refuge. And, a look at the financial risks of climate change.
Raw to Ready
Ep. 3 - Mack Truck
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The Mack Pinnacle highway truck - a modern workhorse vital to commerce.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Repealing Compelled Speech; Explaining CBD
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The Agenda discusses changes to the Law Society's inclusion statement. Then, how can businesses work more effectively with First Nations. And, what is CBD?
Don't Blink: Robert Frank
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The life and work of groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank are examined in this documentary by his long-time editor, Laura Israel.
Last Day of Freedom
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In this richly animated film, Bill Babbitt agonizes over whether to call the police when he realizes his brother Manny has committed a crime.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Repealing Compelled Speech; Explaining CBD
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The Agenda discusses changes to the Law Society's inclusion statement. Then, how can businesses work more effectively with First Nations. And, what is CBD?
Don't Blink: Robert Frank
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The life and work of groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank are examined in this documentary by his long-time editor, Laura Israel.
Last Day of Freedom
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dv
In this richly animated film, Bill Babbitt agonizes over whether to call the police when he realizes his brother Manny has committed a crime.
Raw to Ready
Ep. 3 - Mack Truck
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The Mack Pinnacle highway truck - a modern workhorse vital to commerce.
Question Period
Question Period: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today
Genius
Genius - Ep. 3
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Scientific titans of the 19th century created the railways, harnessed electricity and devised the theory of evolution.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Repealing Compelled Speech; Explaining CBD
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The Agenda discusses changes to the Law Society's inclusion statement. Then, how can businesses work more effectively with First Nations. And, what is CBD?
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 3 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog continue their journey across the remote Welsh countryside, exploring mid-Wales.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 4 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog continue their journey through the Welsh countryside by exploring Carmarthenshire.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Time to Abolish the Indian Act?; A Champion for Colleges
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Should Canada abolish the Indian Act? Then, Steve Paikin talks to outgoing Centennial College president Ann Buller.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
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Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
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.
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 3 - Make Me Brave
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Todd Sampson demonstrates that it is possible to overcome fear, and attempts to walk on a wire strung between two skyscrapers.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Time to Abolish the Indian Act?; A Champion for Colleges
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Should Canada abolish the Indian Act? Then, Steve Paikin talks to outgoing Centennial College president Ann Buller.
Employable Me
Employable Me - Episode 3
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Jessica has Down syndrome, a naturally occurring chromosomal arrangement, and resides with her parents in Toronto.
Redesign My Brain
Ep. 3 - Make Me Brave
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Todd Sampson demonstrates that it is possible to overcome fear, and attempts to walk on a wire strung between two skyscrapers.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 3 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog continue their journey across the remote Welsh countryside, exploring mid-Wales.
Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
Ep. 4 - Off the Beaten Track with Kate Humble
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Kate Humble and her Welsh sheepdog continue their journey through the Welsh countryside by exploring Carmarthenshire.
Question Period
Question Period: Thursday, May 30, 2019
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Discussions at Queen's Park today.
Genius
Genius - Ep. 4
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War can bring innovation as well as horror. This episode focuses on scientists and engineers who helped Britain win the Second World War.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
Time to Abolish the Indian Act?; A Champion for Colleges
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Should Canada abolish the Indian Act? Then, Steve Paikin talks to outgoing Centennial College president Ann Buller.
Coast New Zealand
Ep. 2 - Chatham Islands
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Neil Oliver visits living Moriori artefacts and Michael Stevens hears about the day the Germans infiltrated the islands' waters during World War 2.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Career in Basketball; Ontario Hubs; Week in Review
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The Agenda welcomes Jay Triano, former Toronto Raptors coach. Then, Mainstreet Ontario features Unionville. A catch-up with Ontario Hubs reporters. And the Agenda reviews its week.
Heartbeat
Ep. 16 - Second Chances
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Merton crosses swords with an old adversary who sheds light on the circumstances surrounding his demotion from the Criminal Investigation Department.
Borgen
Ep. 4 - One Man's Meat...
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When Birgitte's boyfriend falls ill at a restaurant, a debate is sparked over the Danish pork industry.
The Agenda with Steve Paikin
A Career in Basketball; Ontario Hubs; Week in Review
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The Agenda welcomes Jay Triano, former Toronto Raptors coach. Then, Mainstreet Ontario features Unionville. A catch-up with Ontario Hubs reporters. And the Agenda reviews its week.
Heartbeat
Ep. 16 - Second Chances
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Merton crosses swords with an old adversary who sheds light on the circumstances surrounding his demotion from the Criminal Investigation Department.
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.
Borgen
Ep. 4 - One Man's Meat...
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When Birgitte's boyfriend falls ill at a restaurant, a debate is sparked over the Danish pork industry.
How to Die: Simon's Choice
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After being diagnosed with a fatal illness, Simon Binner tells his family he is considering ending his life at a Swiss assisted-suicide clinic.
Survivors Rowe
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For almost 20 years, Anglican priest Ralph Rowe sexually abused children on reserves across northern Ontario.
Genius
Genius - Ep. 5
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The final episode looks at incredible discoveries of the past 50 years and reveals where some of the greatest minds of our time think we're heading.