26:31 Jul 21, 2017Author Claire Cameron discusses her new novel, "The Last Neanderthal," a tale about humanity and the essence of motherhood.
26:33 Jul 20, 2017Beverley Chalmers joins The Agenda in the Summer to discuss her new book which encompasses 12 years of research on how women were treated under Nazi rule.
26:34 Jul 19, 2017Brock University professors Rebecca Raby and Shauna Pomerantz discuss their new book, "Smart Girls: Success, School, and the Myth of Post-Feminism."
26:36 Jul 18, 2017Co-founder and president of the Women's Equality Party in the U.K., Catherine Mayer discusses how gender equality can save the world.
26:31 Jul 17, 2017The Agenda in the Summer welcomes journalist Amanda Lang for some advice on seeking what you most fear to kick-start positive change.
25:49 Jul 14, 2017Musician Danny Michel discusses his once-in-a-lifetime trip through the Northwest Passage where he recorded his latest album, "Khlebnikov."
26:30 Jul 13, 2017Ann Y.K. Choi discusses her debut novel, "Kay's Lucky Coin Variety."
26:37 Jul 12, 2017Writer Antanas Sileika discusses his Lithuanian and Canadian heritage and what it's like to straddle two cultures.
26:33 Jul 11, 2017Screenwriter and author Elan Mastai discusses his first novel, "All Our Wrong Todays."
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: Daphne Merkin, Part 1
Daphne Merkin has spent many years dealing with depression. The New York Times journalist speaks to Nam Kiwanuka about her memoir. "This Close to Happy: A Reckoning with Depression."
The Agenda in the Summer: Daphne Merkin, Part 2
Writer Daphne Merkin has spent much of her writing life documenting her struggle with depression, which is the topic of her memoir, "This Close to Happy." She speaks to Nam Kiwanuka about the notion of nature vs. nurture as it applies to mental illness.
The Agenda in the Summer: Mohsin Hamid
Mohsin Hamid, a Man Booker prize nominee, talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his new novel, "Exit West," ripped from the headlines of the global refugee crisis. Producer: Eric Bombicino
The Agenda in the Summer: Shawn Hitchins
Comedian, singer and host Shawn Hitchins shares some stories from his off-stage life torn from the pages of his new book, "A Brief History of Oversharing: One Ginger's Anthology of Humiliation."
The Agenda in the Summer: Haroon Moghul
If it was complicated to be a Muslim American before September 11, 2001, it was infinitely more so after. That reality pressed Haroon Moghul into the public eye, even as it led to profound internal struggles for understanding, reflecting on nationalism, identity and mental health. He talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his book, "How to Be a Muslim: An American Story."
The new political action group Ontario Proud is growing — but can it make an impact on the 2018 provincial election?
Patrick Brown’s Progressive Conservatives are riding high in the polls — but the party is plagued by bitter infighting over its nomination process.
Meet Red Kelly, the only man who won three Stanley Cups and two elections in just three years.
More than halfway through her bruising first term as mayor, Jeffrey looks ahead to 2018 — and to the future of Brampton.
People often ask me about my interest in Ontario's 18th premier. Here's why I write about him.