Ryerson University's Irene Gammel on the long-forgotten work of Great War artist Mary Riter Hamilton.
Ep. 5 - Deliverance
52:00 | 3503 Views August 11, 2014
All seems lost for the Allies. The Italians are defeated at Caporette, and a Bolshevik Russia pulls out of the war. But the American reinforcements are decisive, and the Allies emerge victorious.
Alison Loat: Canada's Failing Democracy
24:57 | 638 Views August 11, 2014
Samara's Alison Loat on what can be done to fix Parliament Hill.
Crown & Choir
59:05 | 485 Views December 16, 2013
In this first episode he begins with kings who were also composers
City of Ants
50:19 | 428 Views August 10, 2014
An exploration of the science of ant colonies.
Finding Vivian Maier
1:23:55 | 2799 Views August 8, 2014
This fascinating documentary shuttles from New York to France to Chicago as it traces the life story of the late Vivian Maier, a reclusive photographer of genius.
Margaret Lock: The Alzheimer Conundrum
24:28 | 241 Views August 8, 2014
Billions spent, but no closer to a cure: Author Margaret Lock on the Alzheimer conundrum.
Ward Wilson: A World Without Nukes
25:55 | 381 Views August 7, 2014
Author Ward Wilson on the steps he sees as needed to create a nuclear-free world.
The Lost Highway
58:00 | 1594 Views April 24, 2014
Once the main road between Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario's Highway 7 is now a black ribbon of failed businesses and derelict properties. What happened? And why, despite the hardship, do some think it can be turned around?
Farmed and Dangerous?
25:30 | 164 Views October 22, 2013
The Brothers travel to British Columbia, home to the world's greatest wild salmon habitat and the heart of Canada's salmon farming industry.
The Dark- Nature's Nighttime World - Episode 1
51:56 | 565 Views August 6, 2014
The Dark follows a team of wildlife experts and specialist camera crews on a mission to solve wildlife mysteries
Ward Wilson: The Myth of Hiroshima
24:53 | 647 Views August 6, 2014
Author Ward Wilson on his argument that the bombing of Hiroshima didn't force Japan to surrender.
Attenborough and the Giant Egg
52:12 | 282 Views August 6, 2014
David Attenborough returns to the island of Madagascar on a very personal quest.
When the Drum is Beating
53:28 | 212 Views July 8, 2014
A look at the resilience of the people of Haiti through the music of Maestro Hulric Pierre-Louis of Septentrional.
Thabit Abdullah: WWI in the Middle East
25:08 | 947 Views August 5, 2014
York University's Thabit Abdullah on the seeds of today's instability in the Middle East.
Ep. 4 - Rage
52:00 | 4231 Views August 4, 2014
1917. People have had enough of the war. Behind the scenes, uprisings are brewing, like the one that toppled the Tsar in Russia; on the front soldiers begin to mutiny as they did at Chemin des Dames in France.