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Makes you think

  • Examined Life

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    Public intellectual Cornell West compares philosophy to jazz and blues in Astra Taylor's series of excursions into the ideas of some of today's most influential thinkers.

  • Historian Helen Castor explores marriage in the Middle Ages, family ties, the informality of ceremony and the 12th century Catholic Church's rules around love and sex.

  • Mrs. Carey's Concert

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    Mrs. Carey has Opera House ambitions for her students, but not all of them like classical repertoire. Iris leads open resistance. Emily is the temperamental prodigy.

  • Sook-ja's freedom is in the hands of a shady human smuggler. If she's caught in China, she'll be deported and jailed in North Korea where she faces certain death.

Issues that make you think

The Agenda Blogs

Steve Paikin: A survivor's story on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz

Posted on January 27 by Steve Paikin

"I am not a victim, I am a victor." Mordechai Ronen returns to Auschwitz to tell his story of survival.

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How TVO Makes a Difference

Inspire - TVO's annual publication

Stories that Inspire

This is "Inspire" - TVO's annual publication that recognizes and celebrates donors, sponsors and community partners.

"Inspire" features stories from individuals and foundations and acknowledges partnerships and private sector support that helps us make a difference to life in Ontario. It also showcases TVO's offerings in the media landscape and the different ways Ontarians are supporting TVO.

We hope that you will be inspired and see in these pages the unique difference that TVO makes through your support. We are proud to serve Ontarians and we could not do it without you.

Take a look - we hope you'll feel inspired!