This episode of "Museum Diaries" follows the ROM's curators and technicians from the World Cultures department as they constantly research the pedigree of every piece that is presented in the museum.
24:00 | 1258 Views March 5, 2014
This episode of "Museum Diaries" follows a team of curators and technicians as they plan for a six week research trip to the other side of the world and into the rain forests of the Mulu Mountains in Borneo.
Lost Sharks of Easter Island
50:15 | 30 Views November 17, 2013
Enric Sala and his team of scientists and explorers set out from Chile and brave the tempestuous Southern Pacific Ocean.
19:47 | 143 Views September 12, 2014
What does the finding of the Franklin expedition tell us about Canada's idea of itself as a northern nation?
The Agenda's Week in Review
34:15 | 40 Views September 12, 2014
Highlights from The Agenda's week of programming.
Of Rainbows and Democracy
51:15 | 392 Views September 11, 2014
The Agenda asks: Is a country's acceptance of same-sex rights indicative of how progressive a democracy it provides?
Jazz Musician Robi Botos on Immigration
1:28 | 19 Views September 11, 2014
Jazz musician Robi Botos, of Hungarian and Roma heritage, talks about immigration and his personal experience coming to Canada.
Jazz Musician Robi Botos on His Heritage
1:29 | 10 Views September 11, 2014
Jazz musician Robi Botos, of Hungarian and Roma heritage, talks about his family's musical and Roma background.
Stephen Fry: Out There - Episode 1
58:57 | 572 Views September 10, 2014
In this powerful and immersive documentary series, Stephen Fry explores what it means to be gay around the world.
Ontario Gets its Swagger
38:30 | 216 Views September 10, 2014
Is Ontario retaking the role of the Big Sibling of Confederation?
Rod Jackson: Fairness in Ontario Elections
15:23 | 204 Views September 10, 2014
Former Barrie MPP Rod Jackson questions the fairness of the 2014 Ontario election campaign.
Jazz Musician Robi Botos on Heritage and Persecution
5:29 | 12 Views September 10, 2014
Canadian jazz musician Robi Botos talks about his years in Hungary, encountering persecution as a Roma, and his flight to Canada.
Missing & Murdered, but not Forgotten
53:56 | 560 Views September 9, 2014
Opposition to an inquiry on missing and murdered Indigenous women is growing. What should be done instead?
The Agenda: Editorial Meeting
8:54 | 50 Views September 9, 2014
A behind-the-scenes look at a weekly editorial meeting where producers share their pitches for upcoming episodes of The Agenda with Steve Paikin.
Battle for Vietnam Armoured Attack
48:00 | 158 Views November 25, 2013
1968: The Americans mobilize hundreds of tanks to help defeat Communist forces in South Vietnam.
Mariana Mazzucato: Counting in the State
23:10 | 989 Views September 8, 2014
Not what you think? Author and economist Mariana Mazzucato on the role of the state in innovation.