A Penguin's Life chronicles the everyday struggles of a colony of Emperor penguins. See firsthand how these penguin parents raise their chicks in just one season to survive on their own in the sea before the ice starts to melt.
Rock Hudson - Dark and Handsome Stranger
1:35:57 | 379 Views February 1, 2014
If Hollywood star Rock Hudson had not died of AIDS over 25 years ago, it would have been his 85th birthday in November 2010.
Ep. 7 - Darwin and Beyond
51:10 | 360 Views March 28, 2015
Tim Flannery begins this Top End adventure at Victoria Settlement and its tragic history in the struggle to colonise Australia's northern frontier.
Ep. 6 - Northumberland Strait
50:00 | 96 Views March 28, 2015
Prince Edward Island - and the North shore of Nova Scotia. Two incredible eastern coastlines - separated by the warm waters of the Northhumberland Strait.
Janice Stein: To War or Not to War?
19:38 | 525 Views March 27, 2015
Your Agenda, and your choice for Story of the Week: the merits of extending the mission against Islamic State.
Marilyn Churley: The Fight for Adoption Disclosure
54:24 | 95 Views March 27, 2015
Marilyn Churley, the former Ontario cabinet minister, tells of her anguish over the search for a son she gave up for adoption at age 19, in a new book called "Shameless."
The Agenda's Week in Review
34:21 | 55 Views March 27, 2015
Highlights from The Agenda's week of programming.
Beautiful Thing: A Passion of for Porcelain
58:53 | 367 Views March 27, 2015
Sneak behind the museum glass to discover the story of some incredible yet misunderstood objects.
Paris 1919: 1 of 2
50:04 | 255 Views March 27, 2015
Part 1 of 2: Based on Margaret MacMillan's book, the documentary chronicles the Paris 1919 Peace Conference, an event which led to the United States being the world's super-power today.
Paris 1919: 2 of 2
51:13 | 116 Views March 27, 2015
Part 2 of 2: Based on Margaret MacMillan's book, the documentary chronicles the Paris 1919 Peace Conference, an event which led to the United States being the world's super-power today.
Charity Goes Viral
51:24 | 801 Views March 26, 2015
Technology has opened up more avenues to donate money, but has it changed the reasons people give and the causes they're compelled to help?
The Story of Women and Art -Episode 2
59:15 | 521 Views March 26, 2015
Professor Amanda Vickery's journey to explore the contribution women have made to Western Art reaches the 18th century.
Automatic Brain -The Power of the Unconscious Brain
52:04 | 454 Views March 26, 2015
"Automatic Brain" takes a look at how unconscious processes steer the lives of two ordinary people, from everyday routines to life choices such as finding a partner.
23:56 | 86 Views July 23, 2013
Torngat; derived from the Inuktitut word torngait meaning ,the place of spirits,. This spectacular park covers over 9,700 km2 within Northern Labrador region.
23:58 | 64 Views July 30, 2013
Officially designated as Manitoba's first National Park in 1933, Riding Mountain National Park spans 2973 square kilometres in the south-western region of Manitoba
Question Period: Thursday, March 26, 2015
1:03:42 | 11 Views March 26, 2015
Topics include: Ontario retirement pension plan, social assistance management system, privatization of public assets, education funding