The Man Who Shot Beautiful Women- Erwin Blumenfeld
59:04 | 760 Views May 24, 2014
Erwin Blumenfeld survived two world wars to become one of the world's most highly-paid fashion photographers and a key influence on the development of photography as an art form.
42:35 | 375 Views May 21, 2015
Katherine predicts which book out of 200,000 on offer someone will choose and helps track down a teddy bear.
35:17 | 366 Views May 21, 2015
The Agenda discusses the art of budget making with former PM Paul Martin and his finance colleagues.
Ernie Eves: Budget-Making, Ontario Style
19:12 | 233 Views May 21, 2015
Former premier Ernie Eves discusses the Ontario budget and sale of Hydro One.
Paris 1919: 2 of 2
51:13 | 356 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.
Spring and Arnaud
1:06:55 | 147 Views May 10, 2014
Arnaud Maggs, turning 85, embarks on a series of self- portraits that wryly depict his life's work. Artist Spring Hurlbut, at 60 is creating haunting works .
John Tory: Taking on Toronto
30:44 | 1850 Views May 20, 2015
The Agenda presents a feature interview with Toronto Mayor John Tory, six months into his post.
Six Months of Tory
23:35 | 483 Views May 20, 2015
The Agenda debates John Tory's first half year as mayor.
Water in Space
25:30 | 203 Views May 12, 2015
Most people associate NASA with exploring the vastness of space, but much of NASA's research is directly related to water - both on and off our Blue Planet.
McDonald's in Crisis?
35:22 | 479 Views May 19, 2015
The Agenda discusses the future of stalwart McDonald's as it fights against more competition than ever.
Nolan Conway: Photographing the People of Rural America
18:20 | 161 Views May 19, 2015
Photographer Nolan Conway discusses his subject choices - average Americans at McDonald's.
Eyewitness to VE Day - Long Version
1:06:45 | 31 Views May 19, 2015
Steve Paikin talks to witnesses of VE Day as much of the world marks its 70th anniversary.
France: Cap Gris-Nez to Mont Saint Michel
58:35 | 187 Views October 2, 2012
Castles are an integral part of the history and landscape of Britain, but the art of building a castle was brought across the channel by William the Conqueror
Great British Music
58:09 | 145 Views January 7, 2014
Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped Britain's music reaches the 18th century
Harlots, Housewives and Heroines - Episode 1
59:06 | 963 Views March 16, 2014
Dr Lucy Worsley investigates the lives of 17th century women at the top - the king's mistresses at the royal court. When Charles and his entourage returned from exile, they came back with a host of continental ideas.
Around the World in 80 Gardens - Episode 7
58:46 | 264 Views May 24, 2013
Monty Don continues his extraordinary journey in the Mediterranean - the cradle of European civilization.