When troubled teen Ray Klonsky began writing letters to prison inmate David McCallum, their lives changed forever. Now a filmmaker, Ray sets out to uncover new evidence that could exonerate McCallum who was imprisoned for murder in 1986.
Ontario's Deficit by the Numbers
26:46 | 67 Views
Deficits, shortfalls and reserve funds, oh my: The Agenda examines the state of Ontario's books.
Old Economy, New Hope?
26:54 | 56 Views October 1, 2014
The Agenda examines the implications of the U.S. Steel Canada bankruptcy for the City of Hamilton, and the Ontario economy.
Obama's ISIS Strategy
40:42 | 196 Views September 30, 2014
From airstrikes to training and arming "moderate" Syrian rebels, The Agenda analyzes the American strategy to "degrade and destroy" ISIS.
Karen Elliott House: Saudi Arabia and Extremism
13:26 | 103 Views September 30, 2014
Author Karen Elliott House on the relationship between Saudi Arabia and Islamist extremism.
What Should the Police Do?
54:29 | 745 Views September 29, 2014
The Agenda examines societal expectations for the thin blue line.
47:47 | 122 Views March 10, 2014
The first stone henge to be discovered in Britain for a century would be cause enough for major celebration. But there's double bubbles as Tony Robinson and his hardy team of archaeologists celebrate their 200th dig
Episode 1: People of the Clouds
59:07 | 99 Views April 7, 2014
Dr Jago Cooper journeys into the Peruvian Andes in search of the Chachapoya people.
Ancient Egypt Mummified
24:00 | 576 Views April 2, 2014
This episode of "Museum Diaries" follows Royal Ontario Museum staff as they plan, prep and execute a weekend at the ROM completely centered around Ancient Egypt.
Raja Deen Dayal Revealed
24:00 | 505 Views March 26, 2014
This episode of "Museum Diaries" follows the ROM's World Cultures Curator, Deepali Dewan, as she leads her team to plan, prep and launch an exhibit of the famous photographs of Raja Deen Dayal.
Andrew Heintzman: The Cost of Climate Inaction
19:30 | 157 Views September 26, 2014
Our viewers' choice for Story of the Week: the potentially high cost of inaction on climate change.
The Agenda's Week in Review
34:23 | 21 Views September 26, 2014
Highlights from The Agenda's week of programming.
The Scientific Citizen
50:56 | 62 Views September 25, 2014
What role does scientific literacy play in citizenship?
51:00 | 515 Views September 25, 2014
"Mugshot" explores the bewildering world of mugshots and examines their cultural significance and value to contemporary society.
Columbus' Lost Fleet
50:18 | 459 Views September 24, 2014
Archaeologists journey to uncover new evidence of the failure of America's first European city, La Isabela. Located in what is now the Dominican Republic.
Philip Shenon: A Cruel and Shocking Act
27:42 | 358 Views September 24, 2014
Five decades later, journalist Philip Shenon calls into question the Warren Commission. He sits down with Steve Paikin.