29:14 Oct 17, 2017The Agenda discusses the idea of sovereignty in the age of populism.
25:00 Oct 17, 2017The Agenda welcomes Payam Akhavan to discuss human rights around the world.
19:45 Oct 16, 2017The Agenda welcomes Franklin Foer to discuss the influence of big tech on the way people react and interact in the world.
33:51 Oct 16, 2017The Agenda discusses how wearable technology is changing people and their habits.
22:30 Oct 13, 2017The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
16:08 Oct 13, 2017TVO's Ontario Hubs journalists discuss opioid addiction in Ontario.
14:47 Oct 13, 2017The Agenda welcome Ward 20 city councillor Joe Cressy to discuss the Toronto's opioid crisis.
11:31 Oct 12, 2017Journalist Avery Haines joins The Agenda to discuss how the rise of female war reporters is changing the types of stories coming from the frontlines.
18:21 Oct 12, 2017The Agenda welcomes journalist Ayub Nuri to discuss his book, "Being Kurdish in a Hostile World."
This Week on The Agenda
The Future of Wearables; Big Tech's Existential Threat
Given the popularity of smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other devices, The Agenda examines how wearable technology is reshaping the world. Then, how technology giants such as Facebook, Amazon, and Google negatively influence the lives of people around the world.
Essays on Human Rights; Embracing National Sovereignty
The Agenda welcomes human rights activist Payam Akhavan to discuss the major civil liberties struggles of today - and what can be done to solve them. Then, why populist leaders such as Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin embrace the philosophy of sovereignty - that each nation should do what it considers to be in its best interests.
Quebec's Place in Canada
The Agenda examines Quebec's recent attempt to reopen the constitutional debate and how the province sees itself in relation to the rest of the country.
Running the Rails; Meeting the GTHA's Transit Needs
The Agenda welcomes Metrolinx's new president and CEO, Phil Verster, to discuss the agency's implementation of a $34-billion transit investment, the biggest in Ontario's history. Then, a panel of experts weighs in on what kind of regional strategy is needed to deal with the GTHA's troubled transportation infrastructure.
The Agenda's Story; Ontario Hubs; The Agenda's Week
The Agenda highlights a story making news this week. Then, checking in with Ontario Hubs journalists, and a review of the week's programs.
Premier John Robarts demonstrated how one life can be filled with both triumph and tragedy.
The Ontario Liberals keep advancing policy designed partly to entrap the leader of the opposition. So far, he’s managed to avoid stepping in any of those cow patties.
Deb Matthews appears poised to exit provincial politics, following her cabinet colleague Brad Duguid.
The next Ontario election may still be more than eight months away. But the ad wars are about to begin.
A debate is raging over which brand of conservatism the Progressive Conservative leader represents.