Ep. 12 - #onpoli and The Art of the Possible

On Docs

For the season finale of On Docs, we bring you TVO's first-ever podcast crossover! John Michael McGrath and Steve Paikin, hosts of the #onpoli podcast, join Colin Ellis to discuss The Art of the Possible, a groundbreaking NFB documentary from 1978. With unprecedented access to Premier Bill Davis and his Progressive Conservative government of the day, director Peter Raymont provided a behind-the-scenes look at how Ontario politics operated.
Aired:
Jun 30, 2020
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