26:37 Jul 29, 2016Author Tim Falconer and singer Micah Barnes discuss Falconer's attempt to overcome his tone deafness.
26:35 Jul 28, 2016Why is one person tone deaf while another has the ability to sing in perfect pitch? Author Tim Falconer and professor of psychology Frank Russo discuss this phenomenon.
26:30 Jul 27, 2016Author Tom Vanderbilt on the influences behind musical tastes.
3:11 Jul 25, 2016What gives songs that are so different the same dance rhythms? Psychologist Laurel Trainor discusses the neuroscience of music and dance.
23:16 Jul 25, 2016The Agenda in the Summer discusses diversity, or lack thereof, in today's Canadian music scene.
26:20 Jul 22, 2016Author Dan Rubinstein discusses walking as a transformative pursuit that improves health and creativity.
5:03 Jul 22, 2016Nam Kiwanuka gets out of the studio for a walk in nature with author Dan Rubinstein as he discusses the physical and psychological benefits of strolling.
26:22 Jul 21, 2016Humour writer William Thomas discusses his book,"The Legend of Zippy Chippy: Life Lessons from Horse Racing's Most Loveable Loser."
26:33 Jul 20, 2016Filmmaker Kwame Mason on the experiences of Canada's black hockey players.
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The Agenda in the Summer: Domestic Violence
Experts in domestic violence speak to Nam Kiwanuka about how to raise awareness of a problem that one in three women worldwide will experience.
The Agenda in the Summer: Barriers to Success
The Agenda in the Summer discusses the difficulties university graduates with disabilities experience as they set out to find work.
The Agenda in the Summer: Surviving Child Abuse
Roch Longueépée talks to Nam Kiwanuka about his work fighting for survivors of institutional child abuse.
The Agenda in the Summer: Gail Lord
Cultural consultant Gail Lord discusses the influence of arts sectors - specifically museums - on the growth of cities.
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