- April 24, 2019 - 1:09:10Two acrobats use circus skills to bring hope to their remote and struggling communities, one in the Canadian Arctic and the other in West Africa.
- April 24, 2019 - 24:00A fox is rescued from a stall in a horse barn and the medical and rehabilitation teams at Toronto Wildlife Centre, work together to get rid of its nasty mange and get it back into the wild.
- April 24, 2019 - 24:00A raccoon runs into a peanut butter jar on a sweltery summer day and Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue team takes the call.
- April 24, 2019 - 1:32:55Filmmaker Werner Boote explores the brave new world of total digital surveillance.
- April 23, 2019 - 1:29:49Deep Web gives the inside story of one of the the most important and riveting digital crime sagas of the century.
- April 23, 2019 - 47:04An examination of what life was like for the First World War Machine Gun Corps, revealing the lost secrets of Belton House, the stately home where they were trained.
- April 23, 2019 - 58:36Historian Amanda Foreman explores the stories of women behind some of the most powerful empires of the Middle Ages.
- April 23, 2019 - 49:48With her smouldering femme fatale looks, Austrian Hedy Lamarr was known as the most beautiful woman in film. She was also one of the most controversial.
- April 22, 2019 - 29:02The lives of a rambunctious Syrian refugee family of 13 intersect with their community of enthusiastic sponsors in Picton, Ont.
- April 23, 2019 - 21:46Hockey is serious business in this country but it's also fodder for the humour and insight of sportswriter Sean McIndoe. He joins The Agenda to examine our national pastime and his new book, ,The Down Goes Brown History of the NHL".
- April 23, 2019 - 34:23Rational debate on The Agenda depends upon empirically provable facts, but we often face a serious dearth of statistical research. A look at the data deficit in Canada, why it's lacking and the implications for policy making.
- April 22, 2019 - 17:41Could the media have done a better job of alerting the world to the Rwanda genocide 25 years ago? And how has media evolved in covering mass atrocities that persist to this day? Allan Thompson, editor of ,Media and Mass Atrocity" joins The Agenda.
- April 22, 2019 - 38:2325 years ago this month, an estimated 800,000 to 1,000,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in a massive slaughter in the African nation of Rwanda. The Agenda convenes a panel to discuss the legacy of the genocide.
- April 19, 2019 - 4:52Ontario Hubs field producer Jeyan Jeganathan visits the International Symphony Orchestra in Port Huron, Michigan.
- April 19, 2019 - 21:54Being a foreign correspondent was always a dream job for former journalist Sean Mallen. He visits The Agenda to discuss the reality of the job - and what it does to family life - in his book ,Falling for London: A Cautionary Tale.,
- April 18, 2019 - 20:17Legal Aid Ontario saw a 30% cut to its funding in the 2019 provincial budget, a reduction of $133 million annually. The Agenda looks at how will affect low-income Ontarians who need legal representation.
- April 18, 2019 - 34:40Canada has become a global haven for laundering dirty money, particularly via its hot real estate markets. Some estimates put the numbers in the billions.
- April 17, 2019 - 19:23Economic historian Adam Tooze, winner of this year's Gelber Prize for foreign affairs non-fiction, discusses his book, ,Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World.,
OPINION: In Ontario, municipalities collect only nine cents from every household tax dollar — not nearly enough to cover their ever-increasing list of responsibilities
- Leilani Farha has dedicated her life to combatting the global housing crisis. TVO.org talks to the United Nations special rapporteur about spearheading a worldwide movement.
OPINION: The carbon-tax arguments made before the Court of Appeal last week demonstrate that climate-change policy has to be smart as well as aggressive.
- Breaking with our culturally ingrained tendency to excess may seem difficult — but these eight simple ways of cutting back on waste are a good start.
- Misunderstood, under-diagnosed, and under-treated pain in children is a serious problem in pediatrics. Donna Cappelli and her son, Julian, who has cerebral palsy, talk to TVO.org about how it's affected their lives.
These entrepreneurs see business opportunities beyond the mere growing and retailing of pot products. But can the province really become a destination for cannabis-related tourism?
- Clients of the Mino Ayaa Ta Win Healing Centre, in Fort Frances, have access to Elder support, fishing, and snowshoeing — all part of an effort to provide culturally appropriate treatment.
- OPINION: An Ontario court allowed the carbon-tax fight to be live-streamed — but a tweet that Doug Ford sent out during the proceedings may have justices regretting that decision.
- More funds for housing, a show of support on the Bruce Trail, and the other Apple founder named Steve.