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."
26:35 Jul 10, 2017History professor Andrew Watson discusses the history of Muskoka, from an agricultural economy to cottage country.
This Week on The Agenda
The Agenda in the Summer: Amanda Lang
Author and business journalist Amanda Lang discusses her new book, "The Beauty of Discomfort: How What We Avoid Is What We Need," and how life can improve if you seek discomfort over the status quo.
The Agenda in the Summer: Catherine Mayer
President of the Women's Equality Party in the U.K., Catherine Mayer's new book, "Attack of the 50 Ft. Women" is a manifesto for the transformative potential of gender equality and female leadership. She joins The Agenda in the Summer to talk about how the world can become more equal.
The Agenda in the Summer: Smart Girls
Rebecca Raby and Shauna Pomerantz, two Brock University sociology professors, discuss their new book, "Smart Girls: Success, School, and the Myth of Post-Feminism." The book is the result of intensive interviews with elementary and high school girls and boys about their attitudes towards school, their ambitions, social lives, sexism and pop culture.
The Agenda in the Summer: Beverley Chalmers
Beverley Chalmers, author of "Birth, Sex and Abuse: Women's Voices Under Nazi Rule" visits The Agenda in the Summer to discuss women, reproduction manipulation, abuse and physician participation, during the Nazi regime.
The Agenda in the Summer: Claire Cameron
Claire Cameron talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her latest novel, "The Last Neanderthal," inspired by modern genetic science and deeply informed archaeological research.
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