- March 19, 2019 - 44:29History cannot be ignored by those who live in Venice, Istanbul and the French Riviera.
- March 19, 2019 - 47:09Time Team investigate Oakham Castle in Rutland.
- March 19, 2019 - 56:40The final episode explores how the Edwardian suffragette movement became a quasi-terrorist organization.
- March 19, 2019 - 53:22A look at the methods used by Benito Mussolini to become the first fascist dictator, ruling Italy for two decades and paving the way for Adolf Hitler.
- March 18, 2019 - 52:37What 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.
- March 18, 2019 - 52:11Examining 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.
- March 18, 2019 - 24:00Toronto Wildlife Centre's rescue crew help a red tailed hawk and an injured squirrel.
- March 18, 2019 - 28:02Vancouver NDP MP Jenny Kwan and Toronto Liberal MP Gary Anandasangaree examine whether the promise of acceptance and opportunities are equal for everyone who arrives in Canada, no matter their origin.
- March 18, 2019 - 44:59Jeremy Paxman explores the Mersey's role in creating modern industry, and discovers how it has recovered from pollution.
- March 18, 2019 - 27:57Steve Paikin talks to Second World War veteran Liam Dwyer about his time in the Royal Canadian Navy.
- March 18, 2019 - 29:39The Agenda discusses the effects of changes to the Senate of Canada.
- March 15, 2019 - 20:26The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
- March 15, 2019 - 6:57Indigenous people are creating a space for themselves online. Indigenous Hub journalist, Haley Lewis, explains how.
- March 15, 2019 - 25:57The Agenda welcomes Navdeep Bains, federal minister of innovation, science and economic development, to discuss the Liberal government's plans for boosting innovation.
- March 14, 2019 - 18:54The Agenda discusses whether national pharmacare is possible in Canada, and what such a system should look like.
- March 14, 2019 - 35:06The Agenda discusses why vaccine myths persist and why isolating so-called anti-vaxxers may not be the answer.
- March 13, 2019 - 22:22The Agenda welcomes Jonathan Manthorpe to discuss his book, "Claws of the Panda: Beijing's Campaign of Influence and Intimidation in Canada."
- March 13, 2019 - 32:19The Agenda discusses why governments get themselves embroiled in scandals.
Ontario voters often get up in arms about MPP pensions. Here’s why their outrage is misplaced.
- OPINION: A new report from the Parliamentary Budget Office examines what the big provinces have done with funding from Ottawa. John Michael McGrath explains what the findings reveal about politicians’ promises.
- Purple outfits, Finnish pride, and clowning the Irish — a brief history of St. Urho’s Day.
- TVO.org talks to three Indigenous creators — of video games, apps, online archives, and more — about how they’re working to develop richer, more inclusive online spaces.
- The two-night music festival will take over London this weekend. We ask organizers and venues what steps they’re taking to prevent sexual harassment and assault.
- ‘A necessity for the well-being and progress of society’: Ontario’s Racial Discrimination Act turns 75
It didn’t take on bigoted employment practices or crack down on discrimination against “enemy aliens” — but some Ontarians still thought it went too far. TVO.org looks at the history of the act that paved the way for the Ontario Human Rights Code.
Majority governments may seem to have all the power — but the flap over the OPP commissioner appointment demonstrates that they can be convinced to back down.
ANALYSIS: New research suggests that we can farm fish without creating ecological nightmares. John Michael McGrath examines what that could mean for Ontario’s aquaculture industry.
An exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum brings together the works of eight Japanese-Canadian artists. TVO.org talks to three of them, from three different generations, about identity, inspiration, and the legacy of the internment.